I have seen a problem that I still can not find any solution for it . It is under 5350 ONLY.
When we have two carrier and carrier number one could not terminate the call by any reason and Carrier number two terminate the call, after the call has been finished, I have two START/STOP signal from the router side with the same Prefix of Carrier number 1. I am sure that call is terminating on carrier number two, but the STOP signal shows that call terminated at carrier number ONE. It seems that information for START/STOP will repeated for carrier number two. Any one have any idea.
in below example, call can not terminate at dial-peer 111, and will go to dial-peer 222 and will terminate. but the STOP signal shows the destination number as 11101144...... instead of 22201144....
even the h323-remote-address=188.8.131.52
is correct , I mean it shows the second carrier ip address, but the destination number ( Called-Station-Id ) is not correct.
I have tested this thing, on 3 different 5350 and different IOS, 12.2 and 12.3 . Result is the same. But the same config undser 5300 working well !!!
I am facing the same problem right now. The answer is "RADIUS Packet Suppression for VoIP Gateway Rotary Dial Peer Attempts" (you can find the description if you search it on the cisco site).
However, you will need cisco IOS greater than 12.2(11)T.
My problem is that in versions prior to 12.2(11)T, when the gateway issued a radius authentication request, the packet had the source port 1645, but in the newer IOS releases (including 12.3) the port varies (it starts by sending auth requests with the sport 21645 but after a while it sends requests with the sport 21646). I would like to know if you or anyone at cisco or who reads this can tell me how to make my 5350 to send a packet to the radius server with sport 1645 (or any sport but not varying).
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