I am running voice over ip on a 2661 transmitting over a T1 converting to a E1 in Mexico terminating into another 2661 only first thing in the morning the router loses a digit for about 5 min. It is like it is in sleep mode and then for the rest of the day it works fine. any suggestions?
here is the config, What happens is that it works great for about a week and then first thing in the morning A digit will be dropped, this will continue for about 15 minutes then everything will work great until the following morning. If I reboot the dropping of the digits stop for about a week then it starts up again
Current configuration : 5782 bytes
no service single-slot-reload-enable
no service pad
service timestamps debug datetime msec
service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone
You might want to try configuring dtmf-relay h245-signal on both routers in the voip dial-peers.
Unfortunately, a config change like that will only take effect for new calls, and since trunks are up all the time, you will have to either do a shutdown and no shutdown on all the voice-ports to get the calls to re-establish, or a t1 controller shutdown / no shutdown, or a reboot. So you may want to wait until the weekend or a maintenance window and do that.
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