[asterisk-users] [OT] Does Energy Savings mode exist with BRI/PtP ?
oza.4h07 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 11 12:04:09 CST 2013
2013/12/11 jg <webaccounts at jgoettgens.de>
>> So if my understanding is correct, Energy Saving mode exists in P2P BRI
> No, not for P2P lines, only for P2MP lines.
At the moment, I'm having trouble with lines going up and down all day long.
I asked them to be created as P2P.
Mostly but not always calls are passing in and out correctly.
So, if I'm not mistaken, either :
- these lines are configured as P2MP (and not as P2P as required),
- I'm facing something else I've never met before.
As these lines are up most of the time, I'm having a hard time to get any
useful help by Telco beside "level 1" basic checks.
For the record, these lines are terminated on my side with a Patton
smartnode (most of the time, I use Digium BRI boards).
During off hours, I'll try to check what happens when toggling to P2MP mode.
> How do you monitor these lines ?
> Most of the time I use a vendor specific utility, but "pri show spans"
> gets the status as well.
>> Have you also heard about this special sequence with P2P lines or is it
>> something especially for P2MP ?
> The sequence I gave is for P2MP only, but I don't know which telcos are
> using it (except for mine). P2P never sleeps as said before.
> I haven't checked what happens when a P2P connection is not connected to
> anything at all. Theoretically it could go into the energy saving mode, but
> once it is connected, then it doesn't.
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