WS-6608-E1 does not work as a Conference & Transcoder resources
There's WS-6608 blade configured as - 1 port - E1 VoIP gateway, 2-5 ports as a conference bridge, and 6-8 - as a transcoders.
First port registers with Call manager 3.2.2c and works well.
All other ports restart every 2-3 minutes.
I see that all ports got their IP addresses. Some time I can see in CCM that these resources were registered, and I can look some info about these devices. But after 1-2 minutes I loose connection to these devices.
Catalyst displayed typical info ---
%SYS-4-MODHPRESET:Host process (860) <mod>/<port> got res
Diag tool DickTracy displayed next (some final strings from a big log):
Re: WS-6608-E1 does not work as a Conference & Transcoder resour
Looks like this could be CSCdz72250:
here is some info:
When the gateway starts booting,POST(Power on-self test)gets executed.
If the gateway is being configured freshly for the first time or the flash of the gateway holds an earlier version compared to the POST file appearing in the CCM application,the GW will request(TFTP) from the TFTP path.If the required .bin is not found then, the GW keeps resetting(after timeout)
Use a freshly configured gateway and try resetting.
Load the POST file(D007C030.bin) externally and put it in the TFTP path C:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPPath
Steps To Reproduce
The gateway keeps resetting when it tries to request(TFTP) the POST load(D007C030.bin) from the TFTP path of the CallManager.
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