With DDR, you can use the command "dialer fast-idle", which will kick in when there is contention. If all the links are in use and an outbound call needs to take place (ie there is interesting traffic), we will trigger the fast-idle timeout to override the normal idle-timeout. So if you make the fast-idle timer small (say 5 secs) then if an existing link has no interesting traffic for 5 seconds it will be disconnected.
The only other approach is to reserver B-channel(s) for outbound use with Dialer Profiles; but in that case, the B-channels are dedicated.
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