Set on-/off-net call classification within a H.323 GW?

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Hi,
I have searched for a possibility to set on-net or off-net call classification within a H.323 gateway. Reason being that the GW in question has a Q.SIG connection to a PBX, that houses old DECT phones, and also has a connection to the PSTN. What I'd like to achieve is that calls to/from the PBX is classified as on-net and calls to/from the PSTN is classified as off-net.

If this is not possible I’ll have to setup the GW as both H.323 and MGCP and do the classification for on-/off-net in the UCM. But I’d like to avoid that if possible.

Best regards

Roger Kallberg

Correct Answer by Aaron Harrison about 7 years 1 month ago

Hi


The On-net/off-net classification only exists as an admin field in CallManager - it's not signaled out anywhere.


So you'll have to go with the MGCP/H.323 option I guess.


Regards


Aaron


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Aaron Harrison Thu, 04/15/2010 - 02:54
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Hi


The On-net/off-net classification only exists as an admin field in CallManager - it's not signaled out anywhere.


So you'll have to go with the MGCP/H.323 option I guess.


Regards


Aaron


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