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ipcc ring no answer

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Jun 15th, 2006
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We are running an IPCC Express Standard server and calls are coming in and only giving the agents 2 rings to answer the phones. We have the CFNA setting in callmanager set to 16 seconds however it does not give them that amount of time. Also is there any way to set up a delay between calls in ipcc express standard. Thanks for any info.

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Chris Deren Thu, 06/15/2006 - 08:40
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The IPCC calls use the timeout filed for RNA located in the Select Resource step. By default I blive it's either 10 or 12 seconds, so you can increase it further. Keep in mind that this needs to be less then the RNA timer on the phone, so Call Center calls do not get redirected to personal voicemails.


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ahmed.junaid Thu, 06/22/2006 - 02:31
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I think you can also try RONA timeout value on Agent Desk Settings in ICM. This is the way we have used it in IPCC 7.0 Enterprise. If agent doesnot pick up a call, in the time duration defined in this field, he will be put in Not Ready State automatically.

axg85429 Mon, 07/24/2006 - 16:44
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This is for IPCC Enterprise 7.0. I am not sure if this holds true for IPCC Express:


In general, there are two different RONA behaviors that are typically wanted:

1.Send caller to voicemail after ring-no-answer to agent. In this case the timer hierarchy should be:

Agent Desktop < Call Manager < CVP

2.Do ICM router re-query after ring-no-answer to agent. In this case the timer hierarchy should be:

Agent Desktop < CVP < Call Manager

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