An outbound dialer application was confiugured for a customer. When the dialer dials the customer, it does not transfer the call to the agent. The call gets dropped. Pls what do you think is responsible? I have placed the phone, the vg and dialer port in the same css, yet situation remains same.
The dialer is with UCCE. PSTN Gateway has CSS configured. This CSS is accessible to the agent phone. When phone numbers are uploaded, agent is reserved and then when agent accept to make system place call, the customer's phone is dialled and it rings. After about 4s, the call gets dropped and display an error message of "the call has failed because the resources are not available. Please wait a moment andtry again" on the agent cti. The call does not get transfered back to the agent.
It seems a codec missmatch issue. Your Call Manager region configuration is responsible for this issue. Please check the Region of the dialer ports, IP phone. And if you are using CTI port check the Device pool of IP Phone, CTI port and dialer ports. Here inside the device pool configuration which region is seleected. In all the case the region needs to be the same.
For example if your IP phonesare using a regionA your dialer port must use regionA. for sceond case if your IP phones are using DP_A and dialer ports are using DP_B. Both the DP_A and DP_B should have same region.
If this does not solve your problem check the device pool of gateway and trunk. I hope this will solve your problem.
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