Cisco Tips & Tricks

May 23, 2006

Troubleshooting dial-peers

Filed under: Router — ciscotips @ 11:15 pm

When troubleshooting dial-peers in a voice over IP (VoIP) environment, you can use the call simulate command to simulate calling to a dial-peer’s destination pattern (csim start number). This command enables you to verify that your dial-peer is configured properly, that there are no hardware problems, and that you are reaching the destination you want (provided that a ringing device is connected to the called port). For example:
Router#csim start number <number> where <number> is the destination pattern of the dial-peer you are testing

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2 Comments »

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