Contents Detector-Related Function Tests - DocWiki

Contents Detector-Related Function Tests - DocWiki
Cisco_IOS_Voice_Troubleshooting_and_Monitoring_--_Analog_Voice_Port_Testing_Commands
Guide Contents
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Overview
Debug Command Output on Cisco IOS Voice Gateways
Filtering Troubleshooting Output
Cisco VoIP Internal Error Codes
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Telephony
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Protocols
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Telephony Applications
Monitoring the Cisco IOS Voice Network
Cause Codes and Debug Values
Voice port testing commands allow you to force voice ports into specific states for testing.
Contents
• 1 Detector-Related
Function Tests
• 2 Loopback Function
Tests
• 3 Tone Injection Tests
• 4 Relay-Related Function
Tests
• 5 Fax/Voice Mode Tests
Detector-Related Function Tests
Using the test voice port detector command, you are able to force a particular detector into an on or off
state, perform tests on the detector, and then return the detector to its original state.
To configure this feature, enter these commands beginning in privileged EXEC mode:
Command
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port
detector {m-lead | battery-reversal |
1.
loop-current | ring | tip-ground | ring-ground |
ring-trip} {on | off}
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port
detector {m-lead | battery-reversal |
2.
loop-current | ring | tip-ground | ring-ground |
ring-trip} disable
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Purpose
Identifies the voice port you want to test.
• Enter a keyword for the detector under test and
specify whether to force it to the on or off state.
Note: For each signaling type (E&M, FXO, FXS),
only the applicable keywords are displayed.
The disable keyword is displayed only when a
detector is in the forced state.
Identifies the voice port on which you want to end the
test.
• Enter a keyword for the detector under test and
the keyword disable to end the forced state.
Note: For each signaling type (E&M, FXO, FXS),
only the applicable keywords are displayed.
The disable keyword is displayed only when a
detector is in the forced state.
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Loopback Function Tests
To establish loopbacks on a voice port, enter the following commands beginning in privileged EXEC mode:
Command
1.
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port
loopback {local | network}
Purpose
Identifies the voice port you want to test and enters a keyword
for the loopback direction.
Note: A call must be established on the voice port under
test.
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port Identifies the voice port on which you want to end the test and
2.
loopback disable
enters the keyword disable to end the loopback.
Tone Injection Tests
To inject a test tone into a voice port, enter the following commands beginning in privileged EXEC mode:
Command
Purpose
Identifies the voice port you want to test and enter
keywords for the direction to send the test tone and
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port inject-tone
for the frequency of the test tone.
1. {local | network} {1000hz | 2000hz | 200hz |
3000hz | 300hz | 3200hz | 3400hz | 500hz | quiet}
Note: A call must be established on the voice
port under test.
Identifies the voice port on which you want to end
the test and enter the keyword disable to end the
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port inject-tone test tone.
2.
disable
Note: The disable keyword is available only if a
test condition is already activated.
Relay-Related Function Tests
To test relay-related functions on a voice port, enter the following commands beginning in privileged EXEC
mode:
Command
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port relay
1. {e-lead | loop | ring-ground | battery-reversal
| power-denial | ring | tip-ground} {on | off}
Purpose
Identifies the voice port you want to test.
• Enter a keyword for the relay under test and
specify whether to force it to the on or off state.
Note: For each signaling type (E&M, FXO, FXS),
only the applicable keywords are displayed.
The disable keyword is displayed only when a
relay is in the forced state.
2. Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port relay Identifies the voice port on which you want to end the
{e-lead | loop | ring-ground | battery-reversal test.
| power-denial | ring | tip-ground} disable
• Enter a keyword for the relay under test, and the
keyword disable to end the forced state.
Loopback Function Tests
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Note: For each signaling type (E&M, FXO, FXS),
only the applicable keywords are displayed.
The disable keyword is displayed only when a
relay is in the forced state.
Fax/Voice Mode Tests
The test voice port switch fax command forces a voice port into fax mode for testing. After you enter this
command, you can use the show voice call or show voice call summary command to check whether the
voice port is able to operate in fax mode. If no fax data is detected by the voice port, the voice port remains in
fax mode for 30 seconds and then reverts automatically to voice mode.
The disable keyword ends the forced mode switch; however, the fax mode ends automatically after 30
seconds. The disable keyword is available only while the voice port is in fax mode.
To force a voice port into fax mode and return it to voice mode, enter the following commands, beginning in
privileged EXEC mode:
Command
1.
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port switch
fax
2.
Router# test voice port slot/subunit/port switch
disable
Relay-Related Function Tests
Purpose
Identifies the voice port you want to test.
• Enter the keyword fax to force the voice port
into fax mode.
Identifies the voice port on which you want to end the
test.
• Enter the keyword disable to return the voice
port to voice mode.
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