We have implemented Mobility in our cluster. We are struggling with the dial plan using the mobile phone address book. Most of the numbers are saved starting with +44, If we try to call the call is unsuccessful. We cant have a route pattern starting with +. we were wondering if anyone knows if we can configure a dial pattern where we can use our +44 saved numbers. The main reason everyone dont want to get rid of +44 is that when they are abroad then they have to add +44 infront of a number whereas +44 works in both situations (home or abroad).
SIP/SCCP shouldn't matter.. but it could be that:
1) The SCCP Nokia doesn't have the same CSS setup as the iPhone?
2) You can dial the + from the NOkia, but does it actually send it? You'd have to have a look at the CM traces I guess. Or, if you have the system set up to allow dialling 9.@, try dialling +907xxxxxxxxx (a valid number though, obviously) and see if it just drops the + and goes through.
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Ah... my bad... or rather Cisco's, for calling everything new either UC or Mobility. No imagination, those folks...
Are you on CCM7 or above? I believe (not done this yet myself) that version was the first to support the +, and you have to enter it as \+ in the route patterns.