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mateus.schott
Beginner

SIP calls does not end

there is a way to terminate the SIP calls, it happens that calls get stuck and I need to restart the router to be able to remove the connections.

#show call active voice compact

<callID>  A/O FAX T<sec> Codec       type        Peer Address       IP R<ip>:<udp>

Total call-legs: 10

      2661 ANS     T2895 g711alaw    VOIP        P855362    172.16.15.108:26972

      2662 ORG     T2895 g711alaw    VOIP        P988449290   10.182.202.138:51430

      3074 ANS     T623   g711alaw    VOIP        P855323    172.16.15.119:23848

      3075 ORG     T623   g711alaw    TELE        P0996627041

      3165 ANS     T107   g711alaw    VOIP        P855357    172.16.15.109:31542

      3166 ORG     T107   g711alaw    VOIP        P025888100   172.31.103.101:36508

      3171 ANS     T0     g711alaw    VOIP        P855368    172.16.15.110:30856

      3172 ORG     T0     g711alaw    VOIP        P0219821089897    189.52.92.157:41124

      3186 ANS     T0     g711alaw    VOIP        P855349    172.16.15.113:22072

      3187 ORG     T0     None        TELE        P0997885470

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shawngennuso
Enthusiast

Use the clear call voice command:

VG1#clear call voice causecode ?

<1-127>  Q.850 disconnect cause code numbers

VG1#clear call voice causecode 1 ?

called-number   clear only call with specific called number pattern

calling-number  clear only call with specific calling number pattern

fpi-correlator  clear call based on VoIP FPI correlator

fpi-stale       clear all hung fpi call

id              clear only call with specific id

long-dur-call   clear only call with long-duration being detected

media-inactive  clear only call with media inactive being detected

VG1#clear call voice causecode 1 id 123

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keglass
Rising star

Mateus,

I recommend you post this to the Cisco Support Community for more information and trouble shooting help specific to your particular issue.

Cisco Support Community - Cisco Support Community

Kelli Glass

Moderator for Cisco Customer Communities

shawngennuso
Enthusiast

Use the clear call voice command:

VG1#clear call voice causecode ?

<1-127>  Q.850 disconnect cause code numbers

VG1#clear call voice causecode 1 ?

called-number   clear only call with specific called number pattern

calling-number  clear only call with specific calling number pattern

fpi-correlator  clear call based on VoIP FPI correlator

fpi-stale       clear all hung fpi call

id              clear only call with specific id

long-dur-call   clear only call with long-duration being detected

media-inactive  clear only call with media inactive being detected

VG1#clear call voice causecode 1 id 123

mateus.schott
Beginner

Tks shawngennuso!!