Call disconnect problem with FXO VIC's in 3640 router
When I place a call from my pbx (using fxo modules in a 3640 router) to my IP phone and the IP Phone does not answer, the fxo does not disconnect the call when I go on-hook. I have tried 2 IOS versions. Is there a known bug, work around or timeout that I can place on the voice port or dial-peer to tear the call down. This is a lab environment, but I have a customer network that I duplicated this scenario in. We cannot do supervisory disconnect due to PBX interoperability issue on the customer side.
Re: Call disconnect problem with FXO VIC's in 3640 router
You need to find out what type of disconnect supervision your pbx supports. There are 3 main ones that come to my mind. Power denial (usually from telco), battery reversal (usually on pbx, but need fxo-m1), and supervisory disconnect tone (you have to put in the tone range the telco or pbx will play when disconnecting the call).
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