We have had 2 ws-6624-fxs boards working in a cat6513 for over a year now without problems. I also have 2 installed in a cat 6006 switch. The ones in the cat 6006 switch have a very curious problem. Whe I was using only a few ports I had no problems, but now that I am trying to use 20 or so ports, the Call Manager configuration page shows different information than when I click on the IP address link and look at the port configuration from the board itself. Sometimes the port configuration on the board is blank while all the call managers have a DN configured on that port. When I dial some of these analog DN, the call manager doesn't see them in the Forest dial plan even though the DN shows up in the route report. Is there any specific CATOS issues with the 6006 using these 6624 boards? here is show ver: 5 24 WS-X6624-FXS SAD063603A5 Hw : 3.2
Fw : 5.4(2)
Sw : 7.1(2)
HP : A00203030015; DSP : A003F033 (3.633)
Call Manager 3.3.2SPC
So far tac has not been a help, the tac engineer thinks the event log should show indivdual ports registering and inregistering but I tell him I only see the whole device register and he gets puzzled.
Thanks for the info, but that bug seems to be only for the 6608 blade. I did find a bug related to the 6624 with regards to it only registering 6 numbers at a time. I pointed it out to tac when I first opened the case so they can ask the DE if it could be causing this problem but so far no reply from tac.
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