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Conference issue using Intercluster trunk GK controlled

Hi All

<br />Scenario is when I try to connect tow remote phone in a conference started in one cluster the call drop.

<br />No log are registred on the voice gateway that is giving the DSP and XCODE, I am using debug sccp events or errors.

<br />The transcoders are up and registered on the CCM.

<br />

<br />sccp ccm group 1

<br /> bind interface Loopback1

<br /> associate ccm 1 priority 1

<br /> associate profile 1 register AA-HW-CONF1

<br />!

<br />dspfarm profile 1 transcode

<br /> codec g711ulaw

<br /> codec g711alaw

<br /> codec g729ar8

<br /> codec g729abr8

<br /> maximum sessions 28

<br />

<br /> associate application SCCP

<br />!

<br />dspfarm profile 2 conference

<br /> codec g711ulaw

<br /> codec g711alaw

<br /> codec g729ar8

<br /> codec g729abr8

<br /> codec g729r8

<br /> codec g729br8

<br /> maximum sessions 2

<br /> associate application SCCP

<br />

From the other side (cluster) the conference via ICT working well.

<br />Please advise any suggest.

<br />Regards

<br />Andres

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Re: Conference issue using Intercluster trunk GK controlled

What version of ccm is involved on both sides of the cluster?

Are calls failing in both directions?

post the following from the gatekeeper:

show version

show run

show gateway

Resetting a trunk drops any calls in progress that are using that trunk. Restarting a gateway tries to preserve the calls in progress that are using that gateway, if possible. Other devices wait until calls complete before restarting or resetting. Resetting/restarting an H.323 or SIP device does not physically reset/restart the hardware; it only reinitializes the configuration that is loaded by Cisco Unified CallManager.

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Silver

Re: Conference issue using Intercluster trunk GK controlled

What version of ccm is involved on both sides of the cluster?

Are calls failing in both directions?

post the following from the gatekeeper:

show version

show run

show gateway

Resetting a trunk drops any calls in progress that are using that trunk. Restarting a gateway tries to preserve the calls in progress that are using that gateway, if possible. Other devices wait until calls complete before restarting or resetting. Resetting/restarting an H.323 or SIP device does not physically reset/restart the hardware; it only reinitializes the configuration that is loaded by Cisco Unified CallManager.

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Re: Conference issue using Intercluster trunk GK controlled

Thxs a lot for your comments

Andres

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