We have a customer that is not able to make a second out going call. They get a fast busy signal after they dial the digits. I did a "debug voip dialpeer" and the second outbound call is being set to the correct dial-peer. See below for a copy of the voice-port configuration. This customer has three POTS lines.
input gain 8
echo-cancel coverage 24
timeouts interdigit 2
connection plar 599
station-id name Outside Call
The outbound dial-peer points to trunkgroup FXO.
Are there some debug commands I can use to see what is happening once the digits are sent to the voice port?
But is there a particular reason why you could not just setup 3 separate dial peers pointing to your 3 different voice-port possibly with different preferences if you need to prioritize instead of one dial-peer pointing to a trunk-group like you have it now.
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