Only one DiD number works and secondary ephone-dn are valid
I have a strange problem that is driving me nuts. I have a new test CME system Version 4.1(0) with a VIC2-2BRI-NT/TE ISDN card with two active spids. sh isdn status shows no ISDN trouble I am trying to set up DiD and have the following dial peer
dial-peer voice 20 pots
incoming called-number .
no ip address
isdn switch-type basic-ni
isdn spid1 97048484671111
isdn spid2 97048486741111
isdn incoming-voice voice
isdn supp-service name calling
and I have the following ephone-dn configured
ephone-dn 1 dual-line
number 2201 secondary 4848467
ephone-dn 2 dual-line
number 2202 secondary 4848674
Calls back and forth from all numbers inside the network work well. Calls from the PSTN to 9704848467 OR 4848467 route to ephone-dn without problem
Calls from the PSTN to either 9704848674 or 4848674 connect just fine (IAW debug isdn q931) however, I get the network message ?the line is busy?
Anyone have any ideas as to why ISDN connects, but I get the busy message for anything but the first SPID. BTW I have tried this with and without the area code and get the same result. I also have some non spid numbers that also ring through on the debug messages and get the same result. (They are tied to another ephone-dn) I have checked and triple checked to make sure I do not have a typo, incoming messages are tied to a ephone-dn.
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