[VoiceOps] as5350 incoming calls failing which have blocked callerid
tony.zunt at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 06:21:49 EDT 2010
Hmm. Since the Plan:Unknown, Type:Unknown are shown in the debug and you
are using dial peers, did you attempt to force the plan to 'unknown' in the
associated dials peer(s)?
I'm not sure how to do this exactly, but perhaps the 'numbering-type
unknown' command is needed somewhere or a different plan is already
dial-peer voice 25 pots
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 9:26 PM, Blair Harrison <blair at fx.net.nz> wrote:
> On 27/08/10 12:59, Tony Zunt wrote:
> > Hey Blair, This is just a guess. It appears that your gateway is
> > receiving 7 digits for the call.
> > -->Called Party Number i = 0x80, '4987770'
> > That might be OK, but I'd usually expect/prefer to receive 10 digits
> > incoming in the United States on ISDN. It is completely fine if your
> > area has a different dialing plan.
> Normal for NZ, you end up with the local number minus the area code. the
> dial peers and translation rules are configured accordingly. It's working
> fine, except when a call comes in where the callerID is blocked. This works
> fine on the old gateway.
> > Anyhow, if your gateway is registered to CCM, (and why it shouldn't
> > be?), I believe there is a section in the CUCM Devices>Gateway Record
> > that says, "Inbound Calls > Significant Digits."
> Actually, it's sitting in front of a couple of SER boxes, but the call
> even getting that far. the gateway just seems to be dropping it as soon as
> it decides that it's got an incomplete number :(
> I suspect there's some magic config I need to modify on the box to accept
> these calls. The previous box was running 12.3.17c, new box is running
> 12.4.24.T3, so bit of a change.
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