we had the same problem with a C2611 Router in France that should connect to a access server in Germany. From the release notes I can not see any mention of support for the vn6 switch type at present.
Cisco TAC tould me that VN3/VN4 and possibly basic net 3 switch types are
compatible to use with vn6.
A further reaction came from the ISDN delevopment team of CISCO:
"VN6 is not supported but this is a slight variant of the ETSI (EURO ISDN) protocol defined in CSE P 10-21A. If the switch where you are connecting to also supporting Qsig, then that would be the better option, if it is for VoIP, I would choose the same signalling end to end, otherwise we have to trust the Router to convert the signalling message correctly in an H323 message and and the remote and to be converted into a different signaling
The safest way is, I guess, to urge "France Telecom" to switch over the line to EURO-ISDN.
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