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By zhounick ·
We setup two Cisco 2610 router in our office recently. One has an ISDN card (one ISDN port) and the other one has a four ISDN ports module. Both can work well when they're configured to make local ISDN call to each other. But when we moved one to other city and changed their configuration to make long distance call, they don't work. One displays messages like "received host_proceeding call ID XXXX; recieved. If there is specail requirement for Cisco 2610 to make long distance ISDN call, such asthe phone no (we just put the area code before the phone no just like making normal telephone call). Any suggestions will be appreciated very much

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by budnelson In reply to Cisco 2610 router problem ...

Did you set up a 'spid' with a LEC? Your ISDN provider uses a number similiar to a regular phone number but with an additional string of digits. There will be 2 spids per
CSU. Not familiar with that particular Cisco box, but most boxes need to dial-in on 1 channel and dial-out on the other (assuming BRI ISDN).

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