When I type <show isdn active> on my DDR router, I am seeing 136 established calls. However, when I do a <show dialer map>, I only show one dynamically mapped call. I am fully aware of why this call is active but I not sure about ths others. Are these call statically connected somehow? If so, how can I verify them? How can I clear them? They have been active for quite some time now and the bill is steadily rising.
If the information helps anyone, the router is a 7206VXR running 12.0(7)T. plenty of memory 164MB. Please help! Thanks
Do you see 136 users in "show user"? Do you actually have 136 channels worth of PRI/CAS lines ? If not, thats probably CSCdp48431 (title : ISDN not released, calls stopped, show isdn active shows calls) which is dup'ed to CSCdp16641 (title: ISDN history holding more than 100 entries) fixed as of 12.0(7.3)T . Also, 12.0(7)T is itself way old now . I would go for an IOS upgrade.
Thank you for your prompt reply. We donot have the capacity to handle 136 worth of calls. And doing a reveals the single, expected ISDN customer. There are plans to upgrade to 12.2(7c) in the near future.
Thanks again...problem solve. Or shall I say identified? :-)
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