I will be setting up my first PRI in a couple of days and figured I need to do some homework before I jump in. Below I have the config that I want to start off with and a couple of questions: Thanks in advance.
1) Based on the config below, do I need any more commands to bring up the circuit?
2) I asked my provider to provision for NI Version 2 but I don't seem to have that option when configuring the circuit. Should I ask them to reprovision to NI Version 1?
3) I figure that at some point in the bring-up of the circuit the telco tech will claim that "everything is fine on my end, must be your end". What are some good debug or show commands that will help to troubleshoot the circuit if it doesn't come up?
One thing I learnt from my senior friend here Paolo, is to use the loopback command on your controller...This way you can authoritatively inform the telco that your end is fine..to use the loopback command do the following:
1. conf t
2. controller t1 0/3/0
3.loopback local line
Exit the config mode and type sh controller t1 0/3/0, you should see up up and looped.
Coommon and most helpful commands used to troubleshoot isdn setup are
1. debug isdn q.921 ..if your layer 2 is not coming up, this will help you to see message exchanges between your t1 card and the telco switch
2. Use show isdn status, to see the status of your isdn cirtcuit, this will show layer1 to layer 3 status..ideally if evrything is good, you should see multiple frame established..similar to this
ksh1f-intr3825#sh isdn status
Global ISDN Switchtype = primary-net5
ISDN Serial1/0/0:15 interface
dsl 0, interface ISDN Switchtype = primary-net5
Layer 1 Status:
Layer 2 Status:
TEI = 0, Ces = 1, SAPI = 0, State = MULTIPLE_FRAME_ESTABLISHED
Hello again. I brought the PRI up today and was able to make outbound calls quite easily. However inbound calls I cannot get to work. I did "debug isdn q931" and I can see the 10 digit inbound call. However I cannot get an ephone-dn to receive the call. My DNs currently look like this:
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