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Cause Code 0

  • This topic has 5 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 12 years ago by Martin.
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  • #31087
    Sanjeeva Lokuge
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    hi,

    i have come across quite a lot of q.931 cause code ‘0’ on my call details.

    i am using gnugk Gatekeeper(GNU) Version(2.2.3)

    codec used is g723.r63

    can anybody help me to overcome this problem or let me know the reason ?

    tks

    #31088
    MikeM to Sanjeeva
    Guest

    Sanjeeva,

    Cause code 0 is an invalid code and if the gnugk is sending this, it is not compliant with H323 specifications. Maybe the gnu uses this for some special meaning.

    #31089
    Sanjeeva Lokuge
    Guest

    hi MikeM

    actually this cause code ‘0’ i seen on my CDR is seen as cause code 127 as on the carrier. mind you, it is not appearing for all the carriers but only one particular guy. that too, some of the calls are connecting fine and working well.

    puzzling eh . 🙂

    #31090
    Sanjeeva Lokuge
    Guest

    hi

    actually this cause code ‘0’ i seen on my CDR is seen as cause code 127 as on the carrier. mind you, it is not appearing for all the carriers but only one particular guy. that too, some of the calls are connecting fine and working well.

    puzzling eh . 🙂

    #31091
    MikeM to Sanjeeva
    Guest

    Without looking at a log from the quintum, my first guess is that this is being generated by the other end of the VoIP call.

    Mike M

    #31092
    Martin
    Guest

    Yes I can.
    Cause code 0 simply means, you’ve been blocked by the other person you’re trying to reach. On my Samsung (metro piece of sh**) I receive the same code and it explains only that the other person is having network problems.. It will not tell you she blocked you.

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