Sep 18 07:08:03.956: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENT: service_queue_from_physical_layer: Recvd L1 prim ISDN_MPH_EI2_IND state is IF_ACTIVE_EI1
Sep 18 07:08:03.956: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENTd: service_queue_from_physical_layer: Recvd MPH_EI2_IND from L1ep 18 07:08:03.936: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENT: service_queue_from_physical_layer: Recvd L1 prim ISDN_MPH_EI1_IND state is IF_ACTIVE Sep 18 07:08:03.936: ISDN BR0/0/0 **ERROR**: handle_l2d_srq_mail: Layer 1 inactive Sep 18 07:08:03.936: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENT: handle_l2d_srq_mail: Already activated Layer 1; status 2 Sep 18 07:08:03.956: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENT: service_queue_from_physical_layer: Recvd L1 prim ISDN_MPH_EI2_IND state is IF_ACTIVE_EI1 Sep 18 07:08:03.956: ISDN BR0/0/0 EVENTd: service_queue_from_physical_layer: Recvd MPH_EI2_IND from L1
The Telco has been no help, they say because the ISDN was working with the NEC System, their side is working as per normal. The did give an error they receive. async for U point. The Telco engineer did say in his experience there may be a problem somewhere between the exchange and the NTU.
I basically unplugged the network cable from the NEC System, and plugged it into the Cisco ISR...
I have the general config for a BRI interface
switch type basic-net3
static tei 0
point to point
standard stuff... I have several other ISRs on this same Telco network with the exact same config and they work like a treat.
I have cleared the interface several times and also shutdown the interface several times.. I have even defaulted the interface and configured again. I have also reloaded the router to no luck
Can anyone point me in any direction, I'd like to understand how an exchange signals to an ISR and an NEC, are they different in terms of ISDN setups messages, do I need to speciifically advise the Telco to reset anything etc, could this be a cable issue?
Migrating ISDN BRI Service to Cisco ISR from NEC System
Thanks for your response.
The existing connection has a rollover cable connected to the NEC from the NT device. I did try a straight through, but this also didnt seem to work, although I must say I did most of my config changes and resets while the rollover was connected.
The ISDN Line is connected to an S/T port, and the cable going to the Router is connected to the U port on the Telco box
Im not too ofay with BRI technologies etc.. The BRI Card I have installed is a VIC2-2BRI-NT/TE.
Im not exactly sure what you mean by the last question?
Also with your first question, is there a way to determine if the ISDN interface is using the U or S/T Interface on ISDN card?
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