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PGW 2200 different CIC status

Dear All

I'm new in PGW 2200 g/w fields, i need help in following-

What are the different CIC status if we are talking about PGW 2200 & what is the meaning of those different state.

Also if any CIC in error state like RemAuto we can see what is the reason of such states of CICs,what we need to chcek & where. Simillar to REMAUTO there are number of state of CICs which affect signalling i want to know that with reason & how to check issue..

Please help me with above.



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Re: PGW 2200 different CIC status

Hi, Amit

Please find the following information, hope that helps.   /Randy

CIC—Circuit identification code.

PST—Primary state.

     –IS—In service.

     –OOS—Out of service.

CALL—Call state.

     –IDLE—Circuit is idle, available for use.

     –OOS—Out of service.

     –IS—In service

GW_STAT—State of the gateway.

     –CARRIER_FAILURE—Carrier has failed.

     –GW_HELD—The call has been held at the gateway.

     –CXN_IS—The connection is in service.

     –CXN_OOS_ACTIVE—The connection is out of service on the active system.

     –CXN_OOS_STANDBY—The connection is out of service on the standby system.


BLK—Blocking state

     –GATEWAY—Locally blocked due to a gateway event (for example, RSIP or a group service message).

     –LOCAUTO—Hardware  blocking type; the circuit is blocked by an external message generated  by a network element outside the media gateway.

     –LOCMAN—Blocked manually by MML. This is removable by the UNBLK-CIC or RESET-CIC command.

     –LOCUNK—Locally  blocked for unknown reasons. (This indicates a potential software  problem. Acircuit has become blocked but the software did not track the  cause of the blocking.)

     –NONE—There is no block on the CIC. DS0 is available for use.

     –REMAUTO—Remotely auto blocked.

     –REMMAN—Remotely manually blocked.

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