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Modifying DSP resource Allocation on the AS5300

It seems I may have some faulty DSP banks on an AS5300 but aren't sure how to 'juggle' the resources around to identify where the faulty channels lie. Could anyone point me in the right direction??

Many thanks

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Re: Modifying DSP resource Allocation on the AS5300

If you have a AS5300 do "test dsp" and then "show pool" That will show you what DSPs are being used for active calls and what are sitting idle in the pool of DSPs. If you have a faulty board you can shut it down but that would mean all the DSPs on that card will shut down.

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Re: Modifying DSP resource Allocation on the AS5300

Many thanks for that.

I'm unsure whether it is a DSP problem...basically whats happening is that the DTMF tones are going astray when the AS5300 is busy, I'm unsure how to edit the DTMF settings on the box. So there's two things, firstly how would I be able to tell if it's a DSP resource that is faulty?? And also, where in the config can I manipulate the DTMF transport methods??

Many thanks again

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