We have a customer who is having some trouble getting calls to connect using their ISDN Link. I think I see where the problem happens in the call trace I took, but am having trouble finding a definition of what is happening. I see the initial call setup;
I should be seeing an ALERTING message where ESCAPE is. Could they be getting this message because the Switch Type is set incorrectly? We've tried changing the setting, but haven't been successful in connecting the call. If I could get a description as to why we could be seeing the ESCAPE message, I'll have a better idea as to where to look for the problem.
C60 running TC6.3.0, Pairs with Link without issue.
ISDN Link running 1.1, have factory reset it and re-paired to C60 with no change in the issue. Switch type set to ATT.
BRI Lines verified as passing calls to a U-format phone.
That's the question I've been putting to the customer, but they swear it's provisioned for data. I think they are making adjustments behind the scenes though, because over the last few days we have had some successes.
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