I have a router with 5 PRIs in a route group, and this is the only RG in the RL. One PRI was having problems with channels 5 & 10, so I busied them out. I was then flooded with scores of Event Viewer warnings of RouteListExhausted. They began at 7:13am - when few people are in the building, and RTMT counter for the gateway indicated no more than 7 channels were in use during this time.
#1 What is the threshold for this warning to be thrown - is it defined thru RTMT and the default is 5, and changing it to some bigger number will perhaps reduce the frequency of the warning?
#2 If the channels that are busied out are triggering these warnings, is there any way around this? (I'm waiting on telco to fix the channels)
I have several other RLs that throw this error as well, so I don't believe the busied channels have a large impact.
I had nearly 200 warnings in less than 15 minutes during off peak time (7:15am). Perhaps a loop exists. My Stop Routing on User Busy Flag is already set to True.
I have 115 channels over the 5 PRIs, so perhaps when this warning is triggered, it is cascaded to all 115 channels. I don't think this is the case because I do have instances where only 1 warning is thrown. The number may have been busy, sure - the caller would have attempted over 200 calls within 15 minutes - usually with a 3-5 second interval.
Do busied out channels on a PRI contribute to this behavior?
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