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Willian and Richard,

Thanks for your help,

Without RSVP it works fine!!! But when I applied RSVP the calls fail!!!

I used the cmd " incoming called-number xxx " with RSVP and it worked!!!


THANKS SO MUCH!!!


Q1: When do  I need to use that command?


Sergio


Aditional Information:
R1#sh ip rsvp reservation
To            From          Pro DPort Sport Next Hop      I/F      Fi Serv
BPS
129.44.85.1   129.44.85.5   UDP 18228 16772                        FF LOAD
24K
129.44.85.5   129.44.85.1   UDP 16772 18228 129.44.85.5   Et0/0    FF LOAD
24K

R1#csim start 5000
csim: called number = 5000, loop count = 1 ping count = 0
!
csim: loop = 1, failed = 0
csim: call attempted = 1, setup failed = 0, tone failed = 0

06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_16502: Sending PATH message for
129.44.85.5 on interface Ethernet0/0
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_0: IP to 129.44.85.5 length=172
checksum=8DF5 TOS=0x00 (Ethernet0/0)
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_4097-129.44.85.1_36337: message received from
129.44.85.5, TOS 0x0
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: Received PATH Message
for 129.44.85.1(Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.5, rcv IP ttl=254
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: End path:
129.44.85.5_16502->129.44.85.1_16798 17; Listener: 129.44.85.1_16798 17;
Event: 1
06:58:36: Creating (API) reservation (addr 62F20FD0) for dest 129.44.85.1
src 129.44.85.5 protocol 17, dest port 16798 src port 16502, idb NULL mode 1
06:58:36: Refreshing static reservation for dest 129.44.85.1 src 129.44.85.5
protocol 17, dest port 16798 src port 16502, idb NULL
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: Static reservation is
new
06:58:36: RSVP-RESV: Locally created reservation. No admission/traffic
control needed
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: start requesting 24 kbps
FF reservation for 129.44.85.5(16502) UDP-> 129.44.85.1(16798) on
Ethernet0/0 neighbor 129.44.85.5
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: Sending RESV message
129.44.85.1(16798) <- 129.44.85.5(17:16502)
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.1_16798: send reservation to 129.44.85.5
about 129.44.85.1
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.1_0: IP to 129.44.85.5 length=96
checksum=EA0A TOS=0x00 (Ethernet0/0)
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.5_4098-129.44.85.1_1220: message received from
129.44.85.5, TOS 0x0
06:58:36: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16798-129.44.85.5_16502: RESV message for
129.44.85.5 (Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.5
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_16502: Reservation is new
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_16502: send reservation confirm to
129.44.85.5 about 129.44.85.5
06:58:36: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_0: IP to 129.44.85.5 length=96
checksum=7C04 TOS=0x00 (Ethernet0/0)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16798-129.44.85.5_16502: remove sender host PATH
129.44.85.5(16502) <- 129.44.85.1(17:16798)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16798-129.44.85.5_16502: remove Ethernet0/0 RESV
129.44.85.5(16502) <- 129.44.85.1(17:16798)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16798-129.44.85.5_16502: remove sender host PATH
129.44.85.5(16502) <- 129.44.85.1(17:16798)
06:58:39: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_16502: send path teardown multicast about
129.44.85.5 on Ethernet0/0
06:58:39: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_0: IP to 129.44.85.5 length=164
checksum=A6E8 TOS=0x00 (Ethernet0/0)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: remove receiver host
RESV 129.44.85.1(16798) <- 129.44.85.5(17:16502)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: remove Ethernet0/0 RESV
request 129.44.85.1(16798) <- 129.44.85.5(17:16502)
06:58:39: RSVP session 129.44.85.1_16798: send reservation teardown to
129.44.85.5 about 129.44.85.1
06:58:39: RSVP session 129.44.85.1_0: IP to 129.44.85.5 length=88
checksum=6448 TOS=0x00 (Ethernet0/0)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_4101-129.44.85.1_42724: message received from
129.44.85.5, TOS 0x0
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: PATH TEAR message for
129.44.85.1 (Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.5
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_16502-129.44.85.1_16798: remove Ethernet0/0 PATH
129.44.85.1(16798) <- 129.44.85.5(17:16502)
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.5_4102-129.44.85.1_25668: message received from
129.44.85.5, TOS 0x0
06:58:39: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16798-129.44.85.5_16502: RESV TEAR message for
129.44.85.5 (Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.5

4.85.5_17340: remove receiver host RESV 129.44.85.5(17340) <-
129.44.85.1(17:16780)
06:57:23: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16780-129.44.85.5_17340: remove Ethernet0/0 RESV
request 129.44.85.5(17340) <- 129.44.85.1(17:16780)
06:57:23: RSVP session 129.44.85.5_17340: send reservation teardown to
129.44.85.1 about 129.44.85.5
06:57:23: RSVP: version:1 flags:0000 type:RTEAR cksum:6110 ttl:255
reserved:0 length:88
06:57:23:  SESSION              type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Destination 129.44.85.5, Protocol_Id 17, Don't Police ,
DstPort 17340
06:57:23:  HOP                  type 1 length 12: 812C5505
06:57:23:                                        : 00000000
06:57:23:  STYLE                type 1 length 8 :
06:57:23:       RSVP_FF_OPTION
06:57:23:  FLOWSPEC             type 2 length 36:
06:57:23:       version = 0 length in words = 7
06:57:23:       service id = 5, service length = 6
06:57:23:       tspec parameter id = 127, tspec flags = 0, tspec length = 5
06:57:23:       average rate = 3000 bytes/sec, burst depth = 120 bytes
06:57:23:       peak rate    = 3000 bytes/sec
06:57:23:       min unit = 0 bytes, max unit = 1500 bytes
06:57:23:  FILTER_SPEC          type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Source 129.44.85.1, udp_source_port 16780
06:57:23:
06:57:23: RSVP: version:1 flags:0000 type:PTEAR cksum:0000 ttl:255
reserved:0 length:164
06:57:23:  SESSION              type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Destination 129.44.85.5, Protocol_Id 17, Don't Police ,
DstPort 17340
06:57:23:  HOP                  type 1 length 12: 812C5501
06:57:23:                                        : 00000000
06:57:23:  SENDER_TEMPLATE      type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Source 129.44.85.1, udp_source_port 16780
06:57:23:  SENDER_TSPEC         type 2 length 36:
06:57:23:       version=0, length in words=7
06:57:23:       Token bucket fragment (service_id=1, length=6 words
06:57:23:           parameter id=127, flags=0, parameter length=5
06:57:23:           average rate=3000 bytes/sec, burst depth=120 bytes
06:57:23:           peak rate   =3000 bytes/sec
06:57:23:           min unit=0 bytes, max unit=0 bytes
06:57:23:  ADSPEC               type 2 length 84:
06:57:23:  version=0  length in words=19
06:57:23:  General Parameters  break bit=0  service length=8
06:57:23:                                             IS Hops:0
06:57:23:                  Minimum Path Bandwidth (bytes/sec):2147483647
06:57:23:                         Path Latency (microseconds):0
06:57:23:                                            Path MTU:-1
06:57:23:  Guaranteed Service  break bit=0  service length=8
06:57:23:                           Path Delay (microseconds):0
06:57:23:                          Path Jitter (microseconds):0
06:57:23:             Path delay since shaping (microseconds):0
06:57:23:            Path Jitter since shaping (microseconds):0
06:57:23:  Controlled Load Service  break bit=0  service length=0
06:57:23:
06:57:23: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16780-129.44.85.5_17340: PATH TEAR message for
129.44.85.5 (Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.1
06:57:23: RSVP 129.44.85.1_16780-129.44.85.5_17340: remove Ethernet0/0 PATH
129.44.85.5(17340) <- 129.44.85.1(17:16780)
06:57:23: RSVP: version:1 flags:0000 type:RTEAR cksum:0000 ttl:255
reserved:0 length:88
06:57:23:  SESSION              type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Destination 129.44.85.1, Protocol_Id 17, Don't Police ,
DstPort 16780
06:57:23:  HOP                  type 1 length 12: 812C5501
06:57:23:                                        : 00000000
06:57:23:  STYLE                type 1 length 8 :
06:57:23:       RSVP_FF_OPTION
06:57:23:  FLOWSPEC             type 2 length 36:
06:57:23:       version = 0 length in words = 7
06:57:23:       service id = 5, service length = 6
06:57:23:       tspec parameter id = 127, tspec flags = 0, tspec length = 5
06:57:23:       average rate = 3000 bytes/sec, burst depth = 120 bytes
06:57:23:       peak rate    = 3000 bytes/sec
06:57:23:       min unit = 0 bytes, max unit = 1500 bytes
06:57:23:  FILTER_SPEC          type 1 length 12:
06:57:23:       Source 129.44.85.5, udp_source_port 17340
06:57:23:
06:57:23: RSVP 129.44.85.5_17340-129.44.85.1_16780: RESV TEAR message for
129.44.85.1 (Ethernet0/0) from 129.44.85.1









----- Original Message ----- 
From: "William Chen" <kwchen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Richard Dumoulin" <richard.dumoulin@xxxxxxxx>; "Sergio Jimenez
Arguedas" <sejimenez@xxxxxxxxx>; <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 21, 2004 8:30 PM
Subject: Re: RSVP FOR VOICE TRAFFIC!!


> Hi,
>
>    The problem you have is that the two VOIP dial-peers don't associated
> with each other.
>
>    You need command "incoming called-number xxx" in the dial-peer
> configuration:
>
> > R1_Config
> >
> > dial-peer voice 3 voip
> >  destination-pattern 5000
> incoming called-number  5302
> >  session target ipv4:129.44.85.5
> >  req-qos guaranteed-delay
> >  acc-qos guaranteed-delay
> >
> >
> > R2_Config
> >
> > dial-peer voice 3 voip
> >  destination-pattern 5302
> incoming called-number  5000
> >  session target ipv4:129.44.85.1
> >  req-qos guaranteed-delay
> >  acc-qos guaranteed-delay
>
> Best Regards,
> William Chen
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Richard Dumoulin" <richard.dumoulin@xxxxxxxx>
> To: "Sergio Jimenez Arguedas" <sejimenez@xxxxxxxxx>;
> <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2004 9:19 AM
> Subject: RE: RSVP FOR VOICE TRAFFIC!!
>
>
> > I'll give it a try. The default codec is G729ar8 which needs something
> like
> > 30 Kbps aprox without CRTP. So maybe your 24Kbps reservation with RSVP
is
> > not enough ?
> > Can you try "ip rsvp bandwidth 40 40" or "req-qos controlled-load"
instead
> ?
> >
> > "debug ip rsvp" might be useful,
> >
> > --Richard
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Sergio Jimenez Arguedas [mailto:sejimenez@xxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: sabado, 22 de mayo de 2004 3:10
> > To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: RSVP FOR VOICE TRAFFIC!!
> >
> >
> > Hi Group!!!
> >
> >
> > I have a problem with a VoIP Scenario using RSVP:
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
TEL-----------R1-e0/0-----------------------------------e0/0-R2-------------
> > -
> > --TEL
> >
> >
> >
> > R1_Config
> >
> > interface Ethernet0/0
> >  ip address 129.44.85.1 255.255.255.0
> >  half-duplex
> >  fair-queue 64 256 1
> >  ip rsvp bandwidth 24 24
> > !
> > dial-peer voice 2 pots
> >  destination-pattern 5302
> >  port 3/0/1
> > !
> > dial-peer voice 3 voip
> >  destination-pattern 5000
> >  session target ipv4:129.44.85.5
> >  req-qos guaranteed-delay
> >  acc-qos guaranteed-delay
> >
> >
> > R2_Config
> >
> > interface Ethernet0/0
> >  ip address 129.44.85.5 255.255.255.0
> >  half-duplex
> >  fair-queue 64 256 1
> >  ip rsvp bandwidth 24 24
> > !
> > dial-peer voice 1 pots
> >  destination-pattern 5000
> >  port 1/0/0
> > !
> > dial-peer voice 3 voip
> >  destination-pattern 5302
> >  session target ipv4:129.44.85.1
> >  req-qos guaranteed-delay
> >  acc-qos guaranteed-delay
> >
> > Without the RSVP config, I don4t have problems!!!
> >
> > But, with RSVP I got it:
> >
> > R2#csim start 5302
> > csim: called number = 5302, loop count = 1 ping count = 0
> >
> > csim err csimDisconnected recvd DISC cid(55)
> > csim: loop = 1, failed = 1
> > csim: call attempted = 1, setup failed = 1, tone failed = 0
> >
> >
> > Can somebody help me, please?
> >
> >
> > Just tell me if you some show or debug cmd!!!
> >
> >
> > Rgds,
> >
> >
> > Sergio
> >
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