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dail peer question

Hi,

I config the as5400 router, the setting is following:

! R1 AS5400

voice class h323 15

h225 timeout tcp establish 5

dial-peer voice 886001 voip

max-conn 60

destination-pattern 886T.

voice-class h323 15

session target ipv4:192.168.10.1

!

dial-peer voice 886002 voip

max-conn 50

destination-pattern 886T.

voice-class h323 15

session target ipv4:192.168.10.2

!

dial-peer voice 886003 voip

max-conn 30

pref 1

destination-pattern 886T.

voice-class h323 15

session target ipv4:172.16.10.1

!

Q1. the 80th call should go 886002. What dail peer (886001 or 886003) does it goes if the router 192.168.10.2 is down and no respond.

Q2. if both router are noraml, the 111st call goes to 886003. is it correct? if so, does it keep on try 886001 and 886002 before it jumps to 886003 (112nd call, 113rd call,....)? how long does it take to jump to 886003? is it 5 seconds?

Q3. for the 141st call, where does it go? is it busy tone?

rgds

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: dail peer question

1- DP 886001, because max-conn of 60 has not been reached yet.

2- When 886001 and 88602 have read max-conn, the call go via 886003 without waiting time.

3- Calls in excess of 140 are rejected.

Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: dail peer question

1- DP 886001, because max-conn of 60 has not been reached yet.

2- When 886001 and 88602 have read max-conn, the call go via 886003 without waiting time.

3- Calls in excess of 140 are rejected.

Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!

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