I'm searching through the VCS-C registration history for a scheduled conference held on my MCU this morning. The VCS-Control event logs show the registration, so why doesn't it show up in registration history?
My VCS is not part of a cluster, and I am running X7.0.3. The VCS is the gatekeeper for the MCU. The MCU is setup for H323 only. I looked in the logs on the VCS for the full E.164 (100684), 100 is the prefix. Then I just checked for 684. there is nothing in the VCS-Control registration history for 7:10am, but it shows the registration successful message in the VCS-Control Event log for that time.
I just checked my current registrations for my MCU, and there are a lot of aliases registered there, but the one I am looking for (100684) is not there. I see 100682, and 100685, but not the one I'm looking for. Maybe I have misunderstood your previous reply.
It began because I was troubleshooting the conference 100684. I wanted to check for the registrations, and that's when I noticed that I could not find it any where, past or present.
What ultimately happened today was this. I have 2 8420 media blades in an MSE 8000. There was a conference scheduled from TMS and it was put onto blade 2 using 100684. The mcu2 registered the conference (according to the event logs) to the VCS control, but when a user on an EX60 tried to dail in minutes later, the VCS transferred the call to MCU 1 and started an ad hoc. both MCUs have the same prefix, but different ranges of conference IDs.
this should not have happened, and I'm trying to figure out why. I just wanted to know why I don't see the conference registraion in the "registration" section of the VCS-Control. The way it is not is not sensible. If the MCU log states that it registered the the VCS a certain alais, then that alais should be listed in the registration page.
We use multiway, and want to be able to use the capacity of both blades for multiway, so that's why the prefix has to be the same on both. It's also the perscribed method in the Multiway deployment guide for MCU capacity and resilience.
I have had problems with users calling in too early before a conference and starting an adhoc call, creating a duplicate alias ID problem on the MCU, but that is not the case today. It would be nice to disable adhoc calls, but we rely heavily on Multiway. Too bad they could not come up with a way to do multiway without adhoc enabled!
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