We have the Hosted IPCC call center
It is SIP based configuration, We have a complaint from supervisor that sometimes agent receive the calls and transfrer to supervisor but supervisor could not able to listen the customer voice (one way voice), so customer getting angry and disconnected the call.
MTP is not been enabled on the SIP Trunk.
So please suggest something.
Please refer the below CVP release notes,
There are couple of times one-way audio thing has been mentioned. Please check if it helps.
-Unified CVP requires the SIP trunk to be set for RFC2833 due to one-way audio issues found in testing.
-TelePresence caller dials into Unified CVP, receives audio-only IVR and/or queuing treatment, and then is transferred to an agent on an audio-only IP Phone. MTP must be enabled on the SIP trunk or else one-way audio is encountered.
Hope it helps,
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How exactly is this transfer to the supervisor being done. Is the agent using CTIOS/CAD to start a consultative transfer to the number of the supervisor, and then completing the transfer? Or do you have a more complicated method of calling an internal Route Point (on CUCM) and running an ICM script to queue to a skill group of supervisors?
In almost every common case, enabling MTPs is not the right solution. In early versions of CVP, MTPs were needed for warm transfers but that was fixed.
Agent is receiving the customer call and speaking
Agent is making another call to supervisor (through the ip phone to supervisor exension)
Agent is talking to supervisor
And Agent transfering the customer call to supervisor,
Now supervisor could not able to listen customer
We have tried enabling RFC 2833 but the problem still persists. in the meanwhile i have found this document on Cisco site.
i have put the command
hope it will resolve the issue.
I am seeing the same problem with the same versions of UCCE,CVP,CUCM.
What version of IOS resolved your problem.
We tried the ET for this bug, CSCty88790, last night but no joy.
Thanks for the reply
we have AS5350XM, 3800 and 2800 gateways all with the same problem.
However call flow is a bit different.
Instead of transferring to the supervisor phone directly the agent uses transfer init to an DN that routes up the SIP trunk
to CVP gets IVR treatment then connects to another agent. When the agent answers the agent can hear the caller but the caller cannot hear the agent.
Single step transfers work fine
Changed callflow by adding type 10 VRU label for UCM routing client. Added addidional DN for UCM routing client for transfer number. Add route pattern for type 10 VRU on UCM to SIP trunk to CVP.