If you are able to make outgoing calls then the circuit is functional.
If you don't see output in debug isdn q931 for an inbound call, this typically means the call is not reaching your gateway at all - i.e. it's a service provider issue regardless of what they say.
You can certainly try resetting the GW, but int the meantime I would keep pressing your service provider. It could be an issue with your gateway/IOS in theory but in my experience the q931 debug is pretty reliable if the circuit is up.
If you have the equipment connecting an ISDN tester to the circuit is the best way to prove these things.
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So I didnt do anything, and now all of a sudden it all works. I suspect that the SP did something, but they keep telling me they havent done any changes on their end. But Im giving you both a good rating, because my next step would have been to restart the MGCP service on the gateway.
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