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Cisco Bug: CSCtd40490 - AUTO: H248:RBK on originating sub stops after rollover occurs in MLHG

Last Modified

May 03, 2012

Products (1)

  • Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch

Known Affected Releases

7.0(67)D3

Description (partial)

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   Symptom:
The ringback on the originating subscriber stops after the rollover occurs in MLHG group(Mp, M2, M3 and M4).
A(H248) subscriber calls the pilot number Mp of the MLHG group.Now the start_rollover_timer is set to Yes and Max_Rollover_Terminals is set to 2.
Mp rings but doesnt picks up the call.
Then M2 starts ringing.Once M2 starts ringing, the ringback on A is stopped.

Although once M2 offhooks, voice path is established between A and M2.

Note: Ringback on A should not stop till the terminating subscriber goes offhook.


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