Any ideas as to why I would be getting a fast busy when trying to dial a meet-me number? This is using CCM as my software based conference bridge.
My meet-me numbers are in the null partition. My conference bridges are not in any MRG. My conference bridges are in the same device pool as the phones I am trying to initiate the conference from, using G.711.
This has worked fine but for the last week has been sporadic. A reboot of my subscriber has fixed the problem in the past but for some reason it continues to happen, and the reboot no longer fixes the issue.
I don't think this is necessarily a bug. Try restarting the Cisco IP voice media streaming app service and then see. Are you able to initiate the Meet me conference by hitting the "more" softkey on the phone and then hitting the "Meet-me" key and then dialing the meet-me number?
If you are able to initiate the conference, but not able to join the conference by just dialing the meet me number, then try to put everything in a partition and update the settings and then put everything out of the partition and then update and then see.
In Callmanager, there has been an issue in the updation of partitions and calling searchspaces - so try this - will help.
I have been working too many hours lately...there's nothing wrong with my setup. There's something wrong with me!
I've been mistakingly attempting to open the meet-me conference by dialing the extensions directly instead of using the "meet-me" softkey.
I even created documentation for the end users that says "use the meet-me soft key to create the conference" a coouple of months ago. Looks like its just one of those days...nothing to see here, move along!
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