QSig path replacement from a IOS Gateway ?

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May 1st, 2007
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is it possible for a Voice Enabled IOS Gateway (eg. 2811) to send a qsig path replacement using either tcl scripts or something similar ?


I dont have a CM to backhaul signaling info to.


The senario is


PBX------> GW (TCL scripts app)

<---- Call Transfer back to PBX


Currently the calls gets hairpinned.


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paolo bevilacqua Tue, 05/01/2007 - 12:38
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Hi,

no I don't think is possible to control qsig features via TCL - I may be wrong but from writing some script it does not seem to me it can be done.

shahedvoicerite Tue, 05/01/2007 - 14:38
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Yes, the Tcl guide talks only of a few kinds of transfers that are supported and qsig is not one of them .


However, I wonder if its possible (in theory at least) to perhaps backhaul QSIG signalling

from the gateway to a non cisco MGCP stack , and have that process send the QSIG facility message to do a path replacement.



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