isdn dialing long distance..Again

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by John Lor » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00



Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a longdistance
number.
I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to dial into
the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not dial a
long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and it
never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with an isdn
modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from the
outgoing router.

I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is not
s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I said
I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

Isdn events
dialer
ppp auth
ppp neg

2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

interface BRI1/3
 description Temp LongDistance link
 ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
 encapsulation ppp
 dialer idle-timeout 300
 dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291
 dialer hold-queue 5
 dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
 dialer-group 1
 isdn switch-type basic-dms100
 isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
 isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
 ppp authentication chap
 ppp multilink


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Byte Size Inc.
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isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Ingolf Yd » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


John,

Quote:> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

        [Ingolf Yde]  You seem to receive a disconnect immediately after the
host_proceeding (if your log had timestamps with msec's it would be clearer
to see after how short time it is but I guess that it is very soon after).
It might be the router that is to receive your call that is not prepared to
accept it for some reason.

        There's also a command something like "isdn-not-end-to.-end" (I
don't remember the syntax fully) that should be of help if some of the trunk
lines between the PTT's are not ISDN. It might be worth a try.

        But as I see it you have to look closer at the receiving end.

Med venlig hilsen / Regards

Ingolf Yde
Product Supporter, CCIE # 3748
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isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Basil V. Dolmato » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00



> I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is not
> s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I said
> I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

> Isdn events
isdn q931
> dialer
> ppp auth
> ppp neg

This one more debug is needed badly

Quote:> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.

> interface BRI1/3
>  description Temp LongDistance link
>  ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
>  encapsulation ppp
>  dialer idle-timeout 300
>  dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291

It seems strange for me that leading "1" in E.164 number is omitted,
when router makes call...

--------------------------------------
Basil (Vasily)  Dolmatov  CCNA,CCDA
East Connection ISP, Moscow, Russia. (http://www.east.ru)

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Rob Davie » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Hi John,

The call is disconnected before it gets a chance to complete .... we
need to see the

debug isdn q931

output to find out the cause. There is a cause code returned in the
disconnect packet that explains
(most of the time) what the problem is.

Rob.

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Rich Newto » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Have you tried dialing at 64k?  Is the speed statement on both sides
identical?
        -----Original Message-----

        Sent:   Tuesday, March 02, 1999 11:01 PM

        Subject:        isdn dialing long distance..Again

        Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

        Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a
longdistance
        number.
        I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to
dial into
        the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not
dial a
        long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and
it
        never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with
an isdn
        modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from
the
        outgoing router.

        I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too.
This is not
        s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like
I said
        I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

        Isdn events
        dialer
        ppp auth
        ppp neg

        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

        interface BRI1/3
         description Temp LongDistance link
         ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
         encapsulation ppp
         dialer idle-timeout 300
         dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast
13025410291
         dialer hold-queue 5
         dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
         dialer-group 1
         isdn switch-type basic-dms100
         isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
         isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
         ppp authentication chap
         ppp multilink


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        Byte Size Inc.
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isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by John Lor » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Here is my q931 . I see it gives this as the cause 2w6d:   Cause i = 0x82FF
- Interworking, unspecified

What does that mean? The other side never sees the call come in so it must
be something on this side.

2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 13025410291
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 13025410291 at 56 Kb/s
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: TX ->  SETUP pd = 8  callref = 0x05
2w6d:         Bearer Capability i = 0x8890218F
2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x83
2w6d:         Called Party Number i = 0x80, '13025410291'
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  CALL_PROC pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x89
2w6d:         Locking Shift to Codeset 5
2w6d:         Codeset 5 IE 0x2A  i = 0x80880B, '13025410291',
0x800109800114800114800114
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8549
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  DISCONNECT pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d:         Cause i = 0x82FF - Interworking, unspecified
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8549
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 13025410291 was hung up.
2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8549
2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: TX ->  RELEASE pd = 8  callref = 0x05
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  RELEASE_COMP pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT_ACK call_id 0x8549
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call


Network Administrator
Byte Size Inc.
www.beachin.net

-----Original Message-----

Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 1999 9:15 AM

Subject: RE: isdn dialing long distance..Again

Have you tried dialing at 64k?  Is the speed statement on both sides
identical?

        -----Original Message-----

        Sent:   Tuesday, March 02, 1999 11:01 PM

        Subject:        isdn dialing long distance..Again

        Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

        Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a
longdistance
        number.
        I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to
dial into
        the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not
dial a
        long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and
it
        never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with
an isdn
        modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from
the
        outgoing router.

        I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too.
This is not
        s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like
I said
        I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

        Isdn events
        dialer
        ppp auth
        ppp neg

        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
        2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
        2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
        2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
        2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
        2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
        2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
        2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

        interface BRI1/3
         description Temp LongDistance link
         ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
         encapsulation ppp
         dialer idle-timeout 300
         dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast
13025410291
         dialer hold-queue 5
         dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
         dialer-group 1
         isdn switch-type basic-dms100
         isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
         isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
         ppp authentication chap
         ppp multilink


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isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Oscar Carlso » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Hi John!

You are right that the cause for the disconnect is " Interworking,
unspecified ". So what does that mean? Look at the text taken from the
spec:

--
G.7.1 Cause #127 "interworking, unspecified"

This cause indicates that there has been interworking with a network
which does not provide causes for actions it takes; thus, the precise
cause for a message which is being sent cannot be ascertained.
--

So...

Well the ISDN-network you are connected to is interworking with a
network wich probably is not a ISDN-network. Something goes wrong in
that network (or at the interworkingpoint) and the call is cleared
without a valid causecode.

No "SETUP" is sent through the network so in the router at the far end
nothing should be seen in the trace.

What to do??

Well i'm not a cisco expert but the router seams to do everything right
and if the phone number is correct (the numbers are not the same as in
your first trace??) than I would contact the phonecompany of the
ISDN-network. Maybe it is not possible for datacalls to interwork with
the other network.

Oscar Carlson
LTA-Teknik, Sweden

2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 13025410291
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 13025410291 at 56 Kb/s
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: TX ->  SETUP pd = 8  callref = 0x05
2w6d:         Bearer Capability i = 0x8890218F
2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x83
2w6d:         Called Party Number i = 0x80, '13025410291'
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  CALL_PROC pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x89
2w6d:         Locking Shift to Codeset 5
2w6d:         Codeset 5 IE 0x2A  i = 0x80880B, '13025410291',
0x800109800114800114800114
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8549
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  DISCONNECT pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d:         Cause i = 0x82FF - Interworking, unspecified
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8549
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 13025410291 was hung up.
2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8549
2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: TX ->  RELEASE pd = 8  callref = 0x05
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  RELEASE_COMP pd = 8  callref = 0x85
2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT_ACK call_id 0x8549
2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by John Lor » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Thats was it thanks alot. works great now!! Any thanks to everyone else who
helped. Now I can rest a little while I figure out what happened to my
wireless link.


Network Administrator
Byte Size Inc.
www.beachin.net

-----Original Message-----

Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 1999 10:17 AM
To: John Lord


Subject: Re: isdn dialing long distance..Again

John,

I've seen long distance isdn calls failed due to the long distance
carrier you choose.  So, try putting the "pick code" before the number
in your dialer map ip statement.( dialer map ....  10102201302...)

Two of the pick codes I used before: AT&T= 1010288; MCI =1010220 .


> Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

> Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a longdistance
> number.
> I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to dial
into
> the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not dial a
> long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and it
> never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with an isdn
> modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from the
> outgoing router.

> I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is
not
> s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I
said
> I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

> Isdn events
> dialer
> ppp auth
> ppp neg

> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

> interface BRI1/3
>  description Temp LongDistance link
>  ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
>  encapsulation ppp
>  dialer idle-timeout 300
>  dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291
>  dialer hold-queue 5
>  dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
>  dialer-group 1
>  isdn switch-type basic-dms100
>  isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
>  isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
>  ppp authentication chap
>  ppp multilink


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isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Rob Davie » Thu, 04 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Hi John,

Quote:> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: TX ->  SETUP pd = 8  callref = 0x05
> 2w6d:         Bearer Capability i = 0x8890218F
> 2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x83
> 2w6d:         Called Party Number i = 0x80, '13025410291'

The Cisco has sent the call request to the network switch.
Bearer Capability breakdown (from Q.931 section 4.5.5) :
    CCITT Standard coding - Unrestricted Digital capability (10001000 =
88)
    Circuit Mode 64K (10010000 = 90)
    Layer 1 ident ->CCITT standard rate adaption V.110 (00100001 = 21)
    Sync, No Inband Negotiation, 56K (Recommendation V.6) (10001111 =
8F)

Quote:> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  CALL_PROC pd = 8  callref = 0x85
> 2w6d:         Channel ID i = 0x89
> 2w6d:         Locking Shift to Codeset 5
> 2w6d:         Codeset 5 IE 0x2A  i = 0x80880B, '13025410291',
> 0x800109800114800114800114

The local network switch accepted the call and is attempting to complete
it.
It confirmed that the number is a valid number and can be routed from
the local switch.
If the number was invalid (like not enough digits, or an invalid
prefix), then the
switch would have declined the call immediately. Also, if your SPID
values were
wrong, the switch would have declined the call.

Quote:> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: RX <-  DISCONNECT pd = 8  callref = 0x85
> 2w6d:         Cause i = 0x82FF - Interworking, unspecified

Something didn't allow the call to go through to the remote end, and it
wasn't possible
to define further (the network is doing the defining here...) what the
problem was, based
on the choices available. The network is disconnecting the call
somewhere along the path
due to the fact that it cannot be routed to the remote end.

You never reached the remote device ... you would have seen a 'Connect'
message, or
some type of error indicating that the remote end was not capable of
accepting the call.

I suspect you don't have Long Distance on this line ... call your
carrier, and log a trouble
call, and give them the local ISDN number, and the number you are trying
to dial ... they
should be able to confirm that you are able to dial the remote number
with this ISDN line.

Hope this helps.

Rob Davies
Global Network Architect
EDS / EBS Dealing Resources

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by Jim Llewelly » Fri, 05 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Hi John,
  The first thing I noticed in your debug is the "attempting to dial 3025410291"
is missing the 1 in front of the dialer string.
I verified on one of my routers (2610 ver c2500 11.3(4)T1) that the debug does
show the 1 in front of the long distance dial string.
eg ISDN BR1/2: Event: Call to 14032484159 at 64 Kb/s
ISDN BR1/2: TX ->  SETUP pd = 8  callref = 0x0B
        Bearer Capability i = 0x8890
        Channel ID i = 0x83
        Keypad Facility i = '14032484159'
<-----------------------------Right THERE
ISDN BR1/2: RX <-  CALL_PROC pd = 8  callref = 0x8B
        Channel ID i = 0x89
        Locking Shift to Codeset 5
        Codeset 5 IE 0x2A  i = 0x80880B, '14032484159', 0x8001098001148001148001

14

Maybe it's your IOS Software. What version is it? Can the router dial a local
number?
Do you have another router ( different IOS Ver) that you could try?
 Hope this helps a bit.

   Jim Llewellyn


> Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

> Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a longdistance
> number.
> I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to dial into
> the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not dial a
> long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and it
> never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with an isdn
> modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from the
> outgoing router.

> I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is not
> s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I said
> I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

> Isdn events
> dialer
> ppp auth
> ppp neg

> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

> interface BRI1/3
>  description Temp LongDistance link
>  ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
>  encapsulation ppp
>  dialer idle-timeout 300
>  dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291
>  dialer hold-queue 5
>  dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
>  dialer-group 1
>  isdn switch-type basic-dms100
>  isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
>  isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
>  ppp authentication chap
>  ppp multilink

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by S. Ted Li » Fri, 05 Mar 1999 04:00:00


John,

I've seen long distance isdn calls failed due to the long distance
carrier you choose.  So, try putting the "pick code" before the number
in your dialer map ip statement.( dialer map ....  10102201302...)

Two of the pick codes I used before: AT&T= 1010288; MCI =1010220 .


> Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

> Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a longdistance
> number.
> I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to dial into
> the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not dial a
> long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and it
> never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with an isdn
> modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from the
> outgoing router.

> I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is not
> s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I said
> I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

> Isdn events
> dialer
> ppp auth
> ppp neg

> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
> 2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
> 2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
> 2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
> 2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
> 2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
> 2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

> interface BRI1/3
>  description Temp LongDistance link
>  ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
>  encapsulation ppp
>  dialer idle-timeout 300
>  dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291
>  dialer hold-queue 5
>  dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
>  dialer-group 1
>  isdn switch-type basic-dms100
>  isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
>  isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
>  ppp authentication chap
>  ppp multilink


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> Byte Size Inc.
> www.beachin.net

--

 S. Ted Lin          
 CCIE #2971
 Senior Network Engineer                                          
 U S WEST !NTERPRISE Networking

 
 
 

isdn dialing long distance..Again

Post by TrIa » Sun, 07 Mar 1999 04:00:00


John,

Where are you trying to dial to and from...?

eg USA --------> UK......

Some European countries reqiure 3 leading 0's for ISDN Data
connection, not just the standard 2.....

Hope this helps

TrIad



>Thanks for everyone's help so far , but

>Ok I've tried everything . I still cant get this 3640 dial a longdistance
>number.
>I even hooked up an isdn modem to the line and got my nt server to dial into
>the other router. But for some reason these cisco router will not dial a
>long distance number. The watch the debug on the incoming router and it
>never sees the call. But when I dial into it with my ntserver with an isdn
>modem it sees it and answers it. I dont get it. here is a debug from the
>outgoing router.

>I have these things debugged. I will put the config in here too. This is not
>s centrex line so I dont need to dial 9 or anything to get out, like I said
>I can dial long dsitance with an isdn modem on the same line

>Isdn events
>dialer
>ppp auth
>ppp neg

>2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
>2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8520
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8520
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
>2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8520
>2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
>2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
>2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
>2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8521
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8521
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
>2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8521
>2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
>2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call
>2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I CHALLENGE id 210 len 25 from "golf"
>2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: O RESPONSE id 210 len 28 from "kartman"
>2w6d: BR1/1:1 CHAP: I SUCCESS id 210 len 4
>2w6d: BRI1/3: Dialing cause ip (s=192.168.19.2, d=192.168.19.1)
>2w6d: BRI1/3: Attempting to dial 3025410291
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event: Call to 3025410291 at 56 Kb/s
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_PROCEEDING call_id 0x8522
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: received HOST_DISCONNECT call_id 0x8522
>2w6d: ISDN BR1/3: Event:  Call to 3025410291 was hung up.
>2w6d: BRI1/3: wait for carrier timeout, call id=0x8522
>2w6d: : Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 LCP: State is Closed
>2w6d: BR1/3:1 PPP: Phase is DOWN
>2w6d: BRI1/3:1: disconnecting call

>interface BRI1/3
> description Temp LongDistance link
> ip address 192.168.19.2 255.255.255.252
> encapsulation ppp
> dialer idle-timeout 300
> dialer map ip 192.168.19.1 name offramp speed 56 broadcast 13025410291
> dialer hold-queue 5
> dialer load-threshold 150 outbound
> dialer-group 1
> isdn switch-type basic-dms100
> isdn spid1 41072349290101 7234929
> isdn spid2 41072349280101 7234928
> ppp authentication chap
> ppp multilink


>Network Administrator
>Byte Size Inc.
>www.beachin.net

 
 
 

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