isdn busy — interface
isdn busy dsl
numberno isdn busy dsl
A false busy signal on an ISDN B channel
This command sets a false busy signal on an ISDN B channel; that is, the ISDN interface reports to the switch that the channel is busy even if it isn’t.
The digital subscriber loop (DSL) number.
The range of B channels to be set to a busy signal.
number can range from 0 to 24 on a PRI interface (it isn’t clear whether this command applies to BRI interfaces); 0 indicates the entire interface.