I have implemented voice-port cable-detect on my VG350 (15.3(2)T) with SM-D-72FXS modules and MGCP signalling loop start. The documentation is not specific as to what is defines "connected" and "not connected" state and I have a functioning phone that shows "not connected" state.
How exactly does the DSP detect connected?
If you shut/no shut the port that shows up as disconnected
does it reflect "connected" in the status?
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I could do that and see if it clears the condition. But I am primarily interested in technically what line condition or test the DSP does to determine connected/not connected.
Only syslog messages are displayed as a notification for change in cable detect status. There won't be any change reflected in the output of the show voice port summary.
Use the following configuration to see the change in cable detect output
voice service pots
Use "show voice cable-status all" command to see the cable status.
Refer to following link to get more info on cable-detect-poll-timer and information on show command to analyze cable detect
Refer to following link to get moe info on show commands for cable status
Thanks & Regards,
Found out from the TME:
The VG350 performs cable-detection by using low-voltage REN measurement. This means the FXS port will inject a low ring voltage into the line and measure the impedance. If the impedance is low (means there is a ring circuit) the assumption is that there is a phone plugged in.