Modified a UCCX script to allow me to record prompts via a phone. UCCX server is in Site A, my office is in Site B, our vocal person is in Site C. All
buildings are connected with Gig fiber and are about 10% utilized. All phones use the same CUCM and UCCX.
When i record, from what looks like any phone, on Site B, i get the "answering machine" style Beep and then do my recording until i press #.
However when my vocal person tries from Site C, they get the "answering machine" style Beep, followed by another, then another, then another, etc until they press #. Sometimes the beep oscillates down by octaves after each ring (funny to hear). Other times you get blaring static (haven't heard this personally). It does however start recording immediately after the first beep, and you cannot hear all the beeps and static on the recording, just the voice, but at a reduced volume. It looks like it does this from every phone on Site C, and none of the phones on Site B.
I'm at a complete loss as to what could even cause this.
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