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BEG_Tal
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TCL Script load and reset.

 

I have a problem wtih incomignn call when we are using tcl on dial-peer. We have one example did that is unsed but this DID associated different UCCX script

When I remove service ivr on dial-peer 100 voip tcl application still invole particular dial-peer.

Is there any command available disable or clear tcl services ivr on gateway so i are restarting gateway everytime this is not good stitation for the customer.

I want to make use my existing tcl ivr on sip trunk connection between itsp, now we are using it pri connection so we need to make some test before maving production.

Gateway ISRK4

 

Regards

 

 

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Raghavendra G V
Cisco Employee

We have CLI command to stop session with id/name but if there are hung sessions we need to reload the router.

Router# call application session stop id ?
  <1-FFFFFFFF>  Session ID from 'show call app session' display


To reload the script use below command.
Router# call application voice load ?
  WORD  Name of the IVR call application to load

 

Thanks,
Ragahvendra

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yes, session id you can get from "sh call application sessions".

 

Thanks,

Raghavendra

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Raghavendra G V
Cisco Employee

We have CLI command to stop session with id/name but if there are hung sessions we need to reload the router.

Router# call application session stop id ?
  <1-FFFFFFFF>  Session ID from 'show call app session' display


To reload the script use below command.
Router# call application voice load ?
  WORD  Name of the IVR call application to load

 

Thanks,
Ragahvendra

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Hi Raghavendra

 

How I know session id  for this command ?

 

Router# call application session stop id ?
  <1-FFFFFFFF>  Session ID from 'show call app session' display

 

I can see this command on the gw. Is that correct ?

#sh call application sessions

Session ID 5F032

 

Regards

yes, session id you can get from "sh call application sessions".

 

Thanks,

Raghavendra

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