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VOIP TESTING

Hi i am running a voip network connected to call terminating service provider

i tried the command

csim start XXXXXXXXX

but i am getting a error message

.CSIM ERR;CSIM_DO_TEST ERROR PEER NOT FOUND

if any one can kindly help.

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Cisco Employee

Re: VOIP TESTING

the XXXXX that you're specifying with your csim comand isn't matching a dial-peer. You could do a 'show dialplan num XYZ' first to make sure that it matches a dial-peer. Once it does, then you can do the csim command.

New Member

Re: VOIP TESTING

THE DESTINATION IP I HAVE IS 202.125.130.75 dialpeer they gave me 4156-011-92-citycode-number

so i configured dial-peer voice 1 voip

destination-pattern +41560092.........

city code is 51 ..

number is 7 digit .......

international code 00

can you kindly tell me where i am wrong

New Member

Re: VOIP TESTING

thanks for the tip but now i am getting different message

csim err csimdisconnected recvd disc c<2>

csim:loop=1, failed=1

csim:call attemted=1, setup failed=1, tone failed=0

kindly advice

Cisco Employee

Re: VOIP TESTING

Hi,

The csim start will always failed in this case.

The command is used to test basic call setup. Once the

call is setup and connect, it will sent out a tone and expect

to hear that same tone back. Since the line is not loop, the

router did not detect the tone back and thus report it as a failure.

Again, "csim start" hidden command is used to place the call to

troubleshoot call signaling only.

You will need to run further debugs such as "debug voip ccapi inout"

and others to isolate the problem and figure out why the call setup failed.

Thanks,

Chinh

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