i understand that i have to config a voice-class busyout , but the thing is i have more then 10 IPs for generation and it seems that the only way to busy them out is across a probe monitor and i have to put all those IPs in so in case one of them is down the busyout is triggered right?
are there any simple way like the one apllied in voice port with the command "busyout forced"
P.S:if no other way i will use this one no problem
If you truly want to busy out the entire interface, you can do this:
isdn busy dsl 0 b_channel 0
This will busy out the entire interface. You can selectively busy out some B channels only, but this is rarely useful. This is also doable with the "isdn service" command. These commands may not be stored in the configuration, and may not persist across a reboot (I think at least "isdn service" isn't stored).
The DSL value will nearly always be zero unless you are using NFAS (Non-Facility Associated Signalling), where one D channel controls more than one PRI circuit. Check "show isdn status" to confirm the DSL value.
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