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It is seconds. A value of ten means that after ten seconds not receiving anything from the ISP, the PBX would continue processing the dial plan and possibly choose another trunk for the call. I would say values between 5 and 10 seconds are a good balance between reasonable response times from the ISP and user patience until they hear a ringback tone.

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It is seconds. A value of ten means that after ten seconds not receiving anything from the ISP, the PBX would continue processing the dial plan and possibly choose another trunk for the call. I would say values between 5 and 10 seconds are a good balance between reasonable response times from the ISP and user patience until they hear a ringback tone.

 

Hi:

 

It seems trunk

 

I have the following settings:

 

Dial plan:

 

9* 9* to trunk119, failover on 5xx codes, and request timeout 5 secs

9* 9* to trunk120

 

Trunks:

 

trunk119: SIP Gateway outbound: 192.168.2.119

trunk120: SIP Gateway outbound: 192.168.2.120

 

I have populate all the channels of the gateway 119, and make a new call starting by 9, at ethereal I can see that PBXnSIP returns 503 error. but dont search the trunk 120, and returns bussy tone at phone originates the call.

 

I will appreciate any help about.

 

Thanks and best regards

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Did you use a higher priority for the next entry in the dial plan?

 

http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Trunk_Se...tbound_Settings was not clear on this, has just been updated.

 

Thanks, using a higher priority for for the next entry failover it works fine, it can not be the same or less

 

Juan Acevedo

acevedo1@une.net.co

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