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Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

%C5510-1-NO_RING_DESCRIPTORS: No more ring descriptors available on slot 0 dsp 1.

version is 12.4(7)

FOund 2 bugs with no work around, CSCsq12931 or CSCsh63265

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

Hi,

Can't find the first bug mentioned, and second is "unreproducible" (that doesn't mean it isn't very real).

I would upgrade the router to latest 12.4 before contacting the TAC.

Super Bronze

Re: Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

I've seen this error a few times - can you post sh diag and configuration?

Aaron

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Bronze

Re: Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

Same thing there. 2821 w/ IOS 12.4(7e) and also 12.4(9)T3. It seems to happen a lot more with 12.4(9)T3, and results in the MGCP PRI being reset. Never saw these until starting to convert over from MGCP to H.323 and moved from IOS 12.3(11)T10.

What protocol are you using?

Silver

Re: Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

Hi Johnny,

Seeing the same thing on 12.4(3g) 3845..

MGCP ISDN PRI.

All the other circuits on the box are working fine.

We see a DSP crash error message then the router reloads the dsp and restarts the voice port.

I'm suspecting hardware, but did you get any further with your investigation?

Cheers,

Tim.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Seeing error message in log of a 2801 running 12.4(7)

If you are willing to continue in "good IOS hunting", try 12.4(3j), or 12.4(11)XJ4. Both are know to have stable ISDN, although admittedly MGCP is a different beast.

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