how show zap/dahdi channel calling number

callmgr

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hi,

i setup a test scenario:

an E1 connection between asterisk and ciscoCallMgr
outgoing trunk is with 9 prefix.
so when sipp(300) call 9400, the call will from trunk to ciscoCallMgr,
and ciscoCallMgr will relay the call backto asterisk to another sipp(400).

[300]
sipp====>9400__ ==>400___
\asterisk/ \ciscoCallMgr
sipp<==========/ \___400<==/
[400]

now the problem is call is ok, but when i want to show trunk status:

CallManager*CLI> dahdi show channels
Chan Extension Context Language MOH Interpret
pseudo default default
1 from-pstn default
2 400 from-pstn default
3 from-pstn default
4 401 from-pstn default
5 from-pstn default
6 402 from-pstn default
7 from-pstn default
8 403 from-pstn default
9 from-pstn default
10 404 from-pstn default
11 from-pstn default
12 405 from-pstn default
13 from-pstn default
14 406 from-pstn default
15 from-pstn default
17 407 from-pstn default
18 from-pstn default
19 408 from-pstn default
20 from-pstn default
21 409 from-pstn default
22 from-pstn default
23 from-pstn default
24 from-pstn default
25 from-pstn default
26 from-pstn default
27 from-pstn default
28 from-pstn default
29 from-pstn default
30 from-pstn default
31 from-pstn default

only show called extension number,
how can i show the calling number, because i may misunderstand the blank channel is idle, but actually it is occupied by calls.

while when i show the E1 channels in ciscoCallMgr(cisco 2600):

Router#show isdn act
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ISDN ACTIVE CALLS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Call Calling Called Remote Seconds Seconds Seconds Charges
Type Number Number Name Used Left Idle Units/Crcy
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Out 372 472 17 0 0 0
In 334 434 17 0 0
Out 373 473 15 0 0 0
In 335 435 15 0 0
Out 374 474 14 0 0 0
In 336 436 14 0 0
Out 375 475 14 0 0 0
In 337 437 14 0 0
Out 376 476 9 0 0 0
In 338 438 9 0 0
Out 377 477 9 0 0 0
In 339 439 9 0 0
Out 379 479 2 0 0 0
In 340 440 2 0 0
Out 378 478 2 0 0 0
In 341 441 2 0 0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 

callmgr

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#2
previous post miss format, follow is repost:

CallManager*CLI> dahdi show channels
Chan Extension Context Language MOH Interpret
pseudo default default
1 from-pstn default
2 400 from-pstn default
3 from-pstn default
4 401 from-pstn default
5 from-pstn default
6 402 from-pstn default
7 from-pstn default
8 403 from-pstn default
9 from-pstn default
10 404 from-pstn default
11 from-pstn default
12 405 from-pstn default
13 from-pstn default
14 406 from-pstn default
15 from-pstn default
17 407 from-pstn default
18 from-pstn default
19 408 from-pstn default
20 from-pstn default
21 409 from-pstn default
22 from-pstn default
23 from-pstn default
24 from-pstn default
25 from-pstn default
26 from-pstn default
27 from-pstn default
28 from-pstn default
29 from-pstn default
30 from-pstn default
31 from-pstn default
 

Redfone

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#3
Try setting 'pri intense debug span 1' on your Elastix E1. This should show all D-chan information being passed between Elastix and the Cisco including CID values.

Good luck,
Redfone Communications LLC
 

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