I have been beating my head to a bloody pulp trying to get this to work. Hopefully someone here has an answer.
I have a 3540 Gw2P I am trying to setup (SW 5.0.22). I can make Ip->ISDN 384Kbs calls all day long. However I cannot connect ISDN->IP at greater then 128K (128K and 64K calls work like a champ).
On my ISDN VC system (Polycom VS4000 SW 6.0.5) I get a cause code 28 "Invalid number format" error whenever I try a 384Kbps call. On the GW event log I see "ISDN Downspeeding" and then "Abnormal Disconnect" for these calls.
Part of my frustration is I cannot find out how to do ISDN tracing on the 3540 GW2P.
Now the truly interesting thing is I got no idea where it pulled 7007483647 out of as a number (BTW, I see the same thing for all the other channels). Our ISDN numbers begin with 700301 and nobody knows nothin' 'bout 7007483647. It so happens if you try to call that number you get an error along the lines of "No networking equipment has that number"
I got a call into Sprint so maybe something will come of that.
Is there any way to do a trace from the Gateway??? If there is I cannot figure it out.
After doing a trace and getting Sprint on the line, Sprint says that when the other B channels are trying to bond, the GW is sending back 7007483647 as the number to dial. That number is nowhere that I can find in the config of the Gateway or gatekeeper. Does anyone have any idea what this might be?????
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