timeouts call-disconnect and timeouts wait-release on fxo port
what is the MAIN difference between the two? Upon testing both commands on the CLI and on the CUCM, only the "timeouts wait-release or T305 timer" sets that FXO port to release the call.
In what scenario will "timeouts call-disconnect" can be test or applicable?
Also I can test that the default of "timeout wait-release" is 30 seconds while "timeouts disconnect" is 60 seconds! Is it really 60 seconds? I happend to test some calls and can't find a test scenario where the call will be disconnected on the fxo port by 60 seconds when calling outbound and calling inbound.
Re: timeouts call-disconnect and timeouts wait-release on fxo po
Basically, timeouts call-disconnect is the amount of time that the FXO port waits before a call is being disconnected after the calll has ended and the disconnect tone is detected. Timeouts wait-release is the amount of time that the FXO takes before the system starts the process for releasing voice ports after a failed call.
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