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#1 ROCKMAN

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 05:52 AM

Please help me.... i need to know how i can do to test what dial-peer is been used in a specific time.

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 12:45 PM

Please help me.... i need to know how i can do to test what dial-peer is been used in a specific time.

txs.



You really need to know how to do debugs and read them. For this scenario try a "debug voip dialpeer", this should give you the information you are looking for. Most of the useful voice debugs all start with debug voip or debug voice. Have a play and see what you can find.

With practice this will all become second nature.

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 09:35 PM

this is my way , but a forgot a command line that use to test dialpeers utilizations this command is :


Use the show dialplan number string command to determine which dial peer is matched to
a specific dialed string. This command displays all matching dial peers in the order that they
are used.


I found in a Cvoice studyguide .

Thanks a lot .
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#4 CCVP-Guy

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Posted 25 January 2007 - 12:23 AM

show call history voice brief det


will give you details about dial-peers ..

What gateway are you trying to troubleshoot t?



this is my way , but a forgot a command line that use to test dialpeers utilizations this command is :


Use the show dialplan number string command to determine which dial peer is matched to
a specific dialed string. This command displays all matching dial peers in the order that they
are used.


I found in a Cvoice studyguide .

Thanks a lot .


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