ISDN call failed

Can anyone idebtify why this call might have failed? TIA, Ned

************** 4w0d: Se1/0:15 DDR: rotor dialout [priority]

4w0d: Se1/0:15 DDR: Dialing cause ip (s=, d=

4w0d: Se1/0:15 DDR: Attempting to dial 12345678

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: Outgoing call

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: Event: Call to 12345678 at 64 Kb/s

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: process_pri_call(): call id 0x8036, number

12345678, speed 64, call type DATA 4w0d: building outgoing channel id for call nfas_int is 0 len is 0

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: CCPRI_ReleaseCall(): bchan 31, call id 0x8036, call type DA


4w0d: CCPRI_ReleaseChan released b_dsl 0 B_Chan 31

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: received CALL_CLEARED call_id 0x8036

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: Got a disconnect on a non-existent call id = 0x8036.

4w0d: Serial1/0:15: wait for isdn carrier timeout, call id=0x8036

4w0d: DDR: Dialing failed, 1 packets unqueued and discarded

4w0d: ISDN Se1/0:15: received CALL_REJECTION call_id 0x0.

4w0d: Se1/0:15 DDR: rotor dialout [priority] ***************
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Hi Ned,

You may wish to investigate Cisco's Understanding debug isdn q931 Disconnect Cause Codes:

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Brad Reese

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The place to debug this is on the end receiving the call. All you see on the calling side is that the call was disconnected, and the reason code is an Q931 error code which going to be something generic. When you debug the other end, you can see more information. You may need to debug more than Q931 on the receiving side, such as "aaa authentication", "ppp negotiation", etc. to find out why it is terminating the call.


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