FAC

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Jul 2nd, 2008
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I want implement FAC with the CUCMBE6.

In the siemens pbx we will replace, the FAC or PIN numbers include an (*) asterisk at the beginning of the number. They want continues using this way. It is possible?, is the * an allowed character in the FAC?.

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Correct Answer by Jaime Valencia about 9 years 3 weeks ago

only allowed 0-9, no other thing


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Jaime Valencia Wed, 07/02/2008 - 08:35
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only allowed 0-9, no other thing


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Rafael Jimenez Wed, 07/02/2008 - 17:49
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javalenc , one idea come to my mind, what if i add for example an *96 (the way used in the siemens pbx) to the route pattern:

9.0XXXXXXXXX*96 with FAC enabled.


Jaime Valencia Wed, 07/02/2008 - 19:21
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that would require users to dial the whole number + *96 and then when prompted type in the FAC


not sure if this is what you're looking for


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lancesmith Mon, 10/27/2008 - 21:19
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I've hit the same sort of issue with a law firm that uses Auth Codes off of their Option 11 Nortel. Currently they can dial from 3 to 15 digits followed by the "#" key and they can call LD or Int'l.


Has anybody figured out a way to get variable length Auth codes working on Call Manager.


Its a piece of cake to do on the Nortel and Avaya, so I am surprised thus far that Cisco doesn't seem to support wildcards such as in route patterns for the Auth Codes.


If anybody has figured out a work arounf i would love to hear it.


thanks in advance

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