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AS5400 and connected calls!

Hi, I have an AS5400 with modem cards and 2 attached E1's. The AS5400 works well and for the majority of calls all is fine. However, we have one problematic geographical area. But with so many incoming calls, its difficult to catch the phone number. I attach a show users and show caller and show caller full. What I would really like to know is if there is any way to pick up what the incoming caller id is on each async port? I have tried the show caller full command etc., Also, is there any way to configure debug so that I could catch just the 1 incoming async call that is at fault?

Any help would be appreciated?

Thanks

Mary

Test_RAP_AS5400_Cab1#sh users

Line User Host(s) Idle Location

* 2 vty 0 790100508 idle 00:00:00 19.46.240.66

tty 1/06 172.25.84.16 00:00:01

tty 1/19 172.25.84.16 00:00:00

tty 1/48 172.25.84.16 00:00:00

tty 1/55 172.25.84.16 00:00:00

tty 1/59 idle 00:00:01

tty 1/79 172.25.84.16 00:00:05

tty 2/04 idle 00:00:01

tty 2/11 172.25.84.16 00:00:02

tty 2/24 172.25.84.16 00:00:03

tty 5/02 172.25.84.16 00:00:10

tty 5/52 172.25.84.16 00:00:01

Interface User Mode Idle Peer Address

Test_RAP_AS5400_Cab1#sh caller

Active Idle

Line User Service Time Time

vty 2 790100508 VTY 01:01:01 00:00:00

tty 1/06 - Host connect 00:00:07 00:00:01

tty 1/17 - Host connect 00:00:00 00:07:12

tty 1/19 - Host connect 00:00:03 00:00:13

tty 1/48 - Host connect 00:00:03 00:00:00

tty 1/55 - Host connect 00:00:05 00:00:00

tty 1/59 - Modem Autocon - 00:00:00

tty 1/79 - Host connect 00:00:13 00:00:08

tty 2/11 - Host connect 00:00:05 00:00:18

tty 2/24 - Host connect 00:00:09 00:00:06

tty 5/02 - Host connect 00:00:19 00:00:13

tty 5/52 - Host connect 00:00:04 00:00:02

Test_RAP_AS5400_Cab1#

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Re: AS5400 and connected calls!

Hi,

You can check it with

show isdn active

command.

Hope it helps, rate if does

KRisztian

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Re: AS5400 and connected calls!

Krisztian

Yes, thank you- forgot about the simplest command but that will list all the incoming calls but how do I know what port they arrived in on?

Thanks

Mary

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