Is it possible to turn down the D channel on a Qsig trunk
We're working with a mgcp controlled 3845 and a mgcp controlled 6608 blade in 6509 switch. We're connecting to a Nortel PBX using Qsig trunks.
We're testing failover for calls from the Nortel system over multiple Qsig trunks to the 3845 and the 6608, i.e. if the Nortel see the trunk is down it will hunt to the next trunk.
What the Nortel engineers are requesting us to do is to turn down the D channel on a trunk from the 6608 or the 3845 to the Nortel PBX to see if their equipment will hunt to the next Qsig trunk if it sees the D channel down.
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