I'm trying to change the ip source-address for call-manager-fallback but the router tells me that it cannot change ip source-address while call-manager-fallback occurs. The problem is the router is not in fallback mode. The Callmanager shows this router as registered. If I try to do a no call-manager-fallback to start the config over it says "Cannot remove call-manager fallback mode due to active devices (1)" How can I find out what device this is? Any help would be appreciated.
Well don't you know it by the time you get frustrated enough to post you figure out the problem 10 minutes later. We had to disable MOH-live on call-manager-fallback which was configured to use the E&M port on the router. It was creating an EFXS port which was the one active device.
Next run command 'show tcp brief', and match up the TCP Port in the Foreign Address column in order to determine the TCB value (an internal identifier for the endpoint). In this example it is TCB 1A238D5C.
Next run command 'clear tcp tcb 1A238D5C'. Then wait a few moments and run command 'show ephone registered' to verify that it is removed. You can now run command 'no call-manager-fallback' without the error "Cannot remove call-manager fallback mode due to active devices (1)"
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