Our UC540 was running 8.2.0 and working with SIP calls through NexVortex using G.729 via CLI commands.We recently upgraded our UC540 to 8.6.0 using CCA 3.2.1, and as soon as we did so, we lost the ability to receive inbound calls. When I looked in our SIP trunk configuration, I noticed that it had set our preferred coded to g711ulaw.
Knowing that it wasn't what we'd configured for in CLI pre-upgrade to 8.6.0, I clicked on the dropdown and changed it to g729r8. Once I did this, our inbound calls worked and now the outbound calls wouldn't work; fast busy signal. We've tried deleting the SIP trunk and rebuilding it. Also, factory resetting and rebuilding everything hasn't done the trick either. Does anyone have any idea why we'd have this problem?
debug ccsip all gave me hardly any log at all. Like 20 lines, if that. So I did a
debug ccsip message
debug voip ccapi inout
debug voip dialpeer inout
debug voice translation
debug voice source-group
debug voip rtp session named-events
The log is quite large and I'm wary of posting it directly on the forum here. Might there be a better way to get it to you?
Post the 20 lines from debug ccsip all. Please santize any personal info (phone #s, etc, but put something in to replace it rather than just delete).
I'll PM you my email if that doesn't get us going in the right direction.
Syslog logging: enabled (0 messages dropped, 3 messages rate-limited, 0 flushes, 0 overruns, xml disabled, filtering disabled)
No Active Message Discriminator.
No Inactive Message Discriminator.
Console logging: disabled
Monitor logging: disabled
Buffer logging: level debugging, 1495 messages logged, xml disabled,
Exception Logging: size (4096 bytes)
Count and timestamp logging messages: disabled
Persistent logging: disabled
No active filter modules.
Trap logging: level informational, 257 message lines logged
Logging Source-Interface: VRF Name:
Log Buffer (5000000 bytes):
EDIT: Obviously I'm not getting the log I want here.
Thank you for attaching that. In the logs, I see the following:
000279: Jun 28 12:58:12.871: //48/0A0D25A28034/CCAPI/ccSaveDialpeerTag:
000280: Jun 28 12:58:12.875: //49/0A0D25A28034/CCAPI/cc_api_call_disconnected:
Cause Value=3, Interface=0x87D1152C, Call Id=49
Cause Value=3 indicates no route. If you look under the sip-ua section of your configuration, do you have a keepalive target configured? Can you remove that and try again and see if that helps?
In your configuration, you do have a keepalive target configured in the sip-ua section:
keepalive target ipv4:xx.xx.xx.xx:5060
Try removing that and then try outbound calling to see if that works.
no keepalive target
Let me know how that works.
I use Nexvortex, and
keepalive target ipv4:xx.xx.xx.xx:5060
is in my config and we're having no issues. I don't think that's the problem.
I have the following that I'm using in the sip-ua section (with 711)
keepalive target ipv4:22.214.171.124:5060
authentication username xxxxxxxxxxxx password 7 xxxxxxxxxxxx
retry invite 2
retry register 10
timers connect 100
timers keepalive active 100
registrar ipv4:126.96.36.199:5060 expires 3600
You may need to check your outgoing call handling - i think you're missing some translation rules - not sure as I was only able to skim through and I have to go work on another project. Just a thought for another helpful somebody else to review.
I've seen a handful of instances where outbound calls aren't working and debugs show it hitting the outbound dial-peer and then failing with Cause Value=3, which indicates no route. Calls start working after removing the sip-ua keepalive target. That's why I suggested to try removing it even though I don't yet understand why it affects outbound calls and why not everyone sees it. It's worth a try.
There is an error in the NexVortex setup guide. Page 3 says to use a predefined template in https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-21472. DO NOT USE THIS TEMPLATE.
They also say not to use any Cisco Templates, but the Blank Template is fine with the settings from the setup guide.
Sorry to say, but this template does not work, but a manual configuration according to the guide does!
The template deletes some of the needed settings.
So if you have CCP 3.2 just create a new SIP trunk and follow all the steps in the UC500 NexVortex guide, but DO NOT IMPORT THIS TEMPLATE.
You can very easily use the blank UC540 template to input your own NexVortex settings.
Also extend the Connect Timer and the Keep Alive to 100 and 600.
Make sure you open ports 5060 for UDP traffic as well.