mitaylor at cisco
Jun 30, 2003, 5:55 PM
Post #3 of 3
I remember now, the problem I had was with IP address pools and the
'hyphen', so this is probably not relevant... sorry...
Moving on, the reasons I could see for modems not being allocated are:
1: modems are busy/locked up ('show modem' to make sure there are some
2: If the config is looking for a specific incoming number, it is possible
that what is in the config doesn't match what the exchange is sending you
(e.g. if the number you are expecting is: 1 555 1234 567 and the switch
strips the leading digit, you'll end up receiving 555 1234 567).
At 04:52 PM Monday 30/06/2003 +1000, Michael Taylor (mitaylor) wrote:
> From memory, I have had a problem when I used the hyphen "-" in the modem
> pool name...
>Perhaps try renaming the modem pool to : 'POOL_TEST'...
>At 09:42 AM Monday 30/06/2003 +0400, Rivo Tahina RAZAFINDRATSIFA wrote:
>>I use an AS5300 with IOS 120-4.XJ4,
>>I have the following problem:
>>When I try to connect to the NAS I have the following error in my debug log:
>>00:04:03: to NEAT:(cid001A) EVENT_CALL_IDLE for slot0 ctlr4 chan5
>>00:04:03: cas_is_fax_service: cas_group=0, service=0
>>00:04:03: VDEV_ALLOCATE: failed to allocate a device from pool
>>00:04:03: VDEV_ALLOCATE: failed to allocate a device from pool POOl-TEST
>>00:04:03: ERROR: CSM_RX_CAS_EVENT_FROM_NEAT:(cid001B): EVENT_CALL_DIAL_IN:
>>no modem is available.
>>Here is part of trhe config:
>> pool-range 1-5
>>controller E1 4
>> framing NO-CRC4
>> clock source line secondary 4
>> cas-group 0 timeslots 1-15,17-31 type r2-digital r2-compelled ani
>> cas-custom 0
>> caller-digits 2
>>Does anyone know what's wrong?
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