3d00h: Cause i = 0x83A2 - No circuit/channel available
is an intermediate network--somewhere between here and there--that's saying that they don't have an ISDN channel available to place the call on.
The first call situation, I've seen where an ISDN device doing a data call is trying to call a DOV (Data Over Voice) device, or there being a problem with the telco at the far end.
The second situation, I've seen when trying to call remote areas like the Northwest Territories of Canada where there aren't a lot of ISDN circuits available.
If you're responsible for both ends, contact the telco at the far end. If you're not responsible for the far end, ask if there's problems with the remote site making local calls or calling back to you?
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