i am not able to make calls after configuring dahdi.conf on the TE121B series. the configuration seems to correct since it indicates that the channels 1-23 are active and in use. Getting error messages as " circuit ccongestion".
The status of the LED light on the PCI card is Red.
I have this problem with a TDM410P since upgrading to dahdi 188.8.131.52. The problem occurs after each reboot. I have to restart dahdi manually, e.g.
pbx*CLI> core stop gracefully
$ sudo /etc/init.d/dahdi restart
Unloading DAHDI hardware modules: doneLoading DAHDI hardware modules:
Running dahdi_cfg: done.
I also have this problem.
Has anyone any idea what is causing it?
I’ll take a look at changing the runlevel and see if that helps…
was set to start at 2 3 5
Have changed to 5 only - maybe some other service wasn’t running when required.
Try running dahdi_cfg -vv once or twice after the system boots.
Since I set start to runlevel 5 and stop to runlevel 6 I’ve rebooted and Dahdi started OK.
Not a rigourous test, but seems like it is the answer…