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FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when dial 8 to PSTN

voice-port 0/0/0

ring number 3

timeouts interdigit 5

timeouts call-disconnect 6

connection plar 1109

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timeouts interdigit 5

timeouts call-disconnect 6

connection plar 1109

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timeouts call-disconnect 6

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timeouts call-disconnect 6

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dial-peer voice 269 pots

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New Member

FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when dia

Hello,
Forgot to add this on my previous post;

When I dial 8 follow by my number which is 08011111111 I get engage tone but I debugged it and the output shows something like this,

Calling number; 5521
Called number : 808011111111

And "No match" was written.

Note it has been working before perfectly, it just stopped last week.


Plz what should I do.

Cisco Employee

FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when dia

Hi,

What happens if you give forward-digits 11 in the dial-peer.

Also please share debug voip ccapi inout

Regards,

Senthil

New Member

Re: FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when

this is the output of the debug command i used and i added forward-digit 11. still the same.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when dia

Your dial-peer matching is working fine as the 4 dial peers are matched, can you test one circuit at a time by defining preferences at each dial-peer, ie.

dial-peer voice 269 pots

preference 0

keep changing it one by one on each dial-peer to test your circuits one by one to see if there is on stuck in some bad state

Have you tried doing "shut", "no shut" on your voice-ports?

Chris

Cisco Employee

FXO port not discarding the 8 in 8T and saying no match when dia

Hi,

From the logs i could see that the 4 dial-peers are matched, but the calls fails with the below error cause

DisconnectCause 22  , DisconnectText no circuit (34)

As chris suggested, you can check giving preference and test once circuit at a time,

I also have a small snippet to share, check out whether is this useful.

"The FXO interface configured for GroundStart is polarity sensitive. If       you see a 0x22 disconnect cause code from the output of the debug       debug voip ccapi inout command, you may have the telco ground       connected to the FXO ground on the router. This can be caused by an incorrect       RJ-11 cable between the FXO port and the telco jack. If you are using a       straight through cable try using a crossover, or if you are using a crossover       try using a straight through."

Regards,

Senthil

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