Just been through this exact scenario. Basically the phones will show the
+ symbol in the calling lists and on the display on inbound calls, but if
you try and dial the +E164 stored number it will drop the + and dial the
remaining digits. Basically we just had to setup a TP to allow calling
PS wow, 8.5(2), released June 1 2009.
On Sep 30, 2014, at 9:09 AM, Jason Aarons (AM)
Getting similar problem (Corp Dir shows Host Not Found) at another customer,
who has had CAPF service set to
I'm pretty sure this doesn't exist, but we had an issue yesterday and this
morning where a customer would have paid in gold if this was possible. Their
primary circuit was down in such a way that the normal backup routing was also
If it doesn't who wants to do a kickstarter?
This is sort of what SAF/ILS is trying to achieve internally. There was
On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Matthew Loraditch
I’m pretty sure this doesn’t exist, but we had an issue yesterday and
this morning where a customer would
The closest equivalence would be SS7 over IP. The problem is if your local
class 5 is down and alternates are also down, you have no path.
There are ideas floating out there...I just can't comment ;)
From: cisco-voip [mailto:cisco-voip-boun...@puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of
The equivalent, at least in the ATT world, is called Service
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Matthew Loraditch mloradi...@heliontechnologies.com 9/30/2014
I’m pretty sure this
I use the hot issues feed mainly which was something I suggested
awhile back. Thanks again Wes for getting that added.
The other main thing I used this app for previously was for the
support forums before they were redesigned. I see this was removed
from the app as it didn't work well with the
Tried this, and it doesn't work. The installation files that are there will
build a version 8 client on all of the 9.x and 10.x builds.
If you get root access, you can pull out the files for the agent, supervisor
and desktop admin (grab the full CAD directory structure), and put them on your
We need to hide or change the extension number of a small group of cisco
phones when they are dialing internally (4 digits) to another phone.
Our thought was to use a calling party transformation pattern for this, which
appears to work fine when alerting and connected to the called number.
We use several Translations services, is there a way to configure a phone to
join into a phone call without pushing anything?
Basically, our Employees call translation service and gives the account
information, then gestures to the client to pick up the phone, at this point
the client phone
Seems the phones have a mix of loads. Not sure why yet.
This 7945 did have 9.1.1SR1 and deleting the ITL fixed it;
From: Ryan Ratliff (rratliff) [mailto:rratl...@cisco.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 2:15 PM
To: Jason Aarons (AM)
The only truly supported call manager way of barging a connected call is barge
or cbarge, but they both require a 'button push'. Now if your connected call is
offnet, you could potentially do a PLAR on the client phone, so as soon as the
off-hook event triggers on the client phone it dials into
The pesky mid-call update for xform patterns strikes again. As Brian mentioned,
xlation patterns, or if you want to write something that uses the CURRI API (
Cisco unified Routing Rules Interface).
Dennis Heim | Collaboration Solutions Architect
World Wide Technology, Inc. | +1 314-212-1814
If you're using a recent version of CCM, you could use a newer routing
technique called route next hop by calling party number (particularly useful
for call blocking at the cucm level).
Admittedly, a fair bit more work than a simple translation (you have to get
creative with class of control
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