I am running a AS5400XM as a voip gateway connected to VOIP wholesale providers. The voice switch behind this gw basically define the voice trunk per IP source which is not very flexible.
I found a way to have multiple SIP trunk between the AS5400XM and the MSC by using the bind command at the dial-peer level. Basically I create a loopback for each trunk and I bind the control voice packets with the loopback address (voice-class sip bind control source-interface Loopback).
Then on the mobile switch, I create the trunk with the source loopback IP.
It works fine but I always face the same operation issue. Everytime I create a dial-peer and try to bind it with the loopback, this is the message:
VOIP(config)#dial-peer voice 18 voip
VOIP(config-dial-peer)# voice-class sip bind control source-interface Loopback3
There are active sip calls
The bind command change will not take effect
... Even if there is no sip calls in this dial-peer. Which is stupid ! There are sip calls on other dial-peers but how this binding will affect them?
Anyway, is there a way to bind the dial-peer without clearing all the calls in the GW?
And if not, what is the quickest/easiest way to clear all the calls in my GW the time to apply this command? I can find commands to clear calls one by one but it would certainly won't help much...
I'm trying to do the same thing. I am adding a new trunk on a live system and when I run the bind command on the dial-peer it won't let me. I can't kill the calls on this gateway because there are loads of calls for a call center. Is there no way around this other than creating a maintenance window and kicking everyone out? If not, "stupid" is a good description!
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