We need to look at your config to see where the loop is happening. Basically when the maximum connection has been reached on a dial-peer, the gateway will try another dial-peer that macthes that destination. Hence it is possible that you have more than one dial-peer to this destination and it is the config on these other dial-peers that is not quite right. Until we see it we wont know
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Unfortunately, I am unable to put config for the reasons you could imagine. However, I am happy to provide as much info without having to do it.
When max-conn is reached and If GW tries to match another dial-peer it will defeat the purpose of max-conn value. I have double checked the config there is no other dial-peer should be matched. However, there is a default hidden dial peer 0. If what you saying is correct, will it match the dial-peer 0?
We have increased the max-conn value under the dial-peer and it is less likely to reach the value at this time.
I am interested in knowing what exactly happens when max-conn value is reached from GW perspective. You mentioned it will try and match another dial-peer. Did you have any document mentioning that ? Also, If i assume what you said is correct then most likely callers did not get disconnected and call went through which defeated the purpose of max-conn value.
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