In our datacenter we use a PRI network module to dial into remote BRI lines to bring remote sites up on backups.
Today while checking our core router (2811) the command "show isdn active" shows a call that has been active for +86576 seconds. I logged into the remote router and it does not show an active call. On the core router I shutdown the PRI interface and this call still shows when I issue the "show isdn active" command.
I cannot reboot this router at this time, is there anyway to forcibly clear this call?
Since this is only used for backup you could remove the pri-group from the controller interface, leave it that way for a few minutes, then put it back. You'll need to then check the associated serial interface for aNy needed code additions to get back to your original configuration.
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