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Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hi,

I have a CVP deployment model "Stand-Alone Self-service", with CUCM 7, CVP 7, CISCO 2821 ISR

Call-flow of service is:

PSTN -----> VoiceGateway (dial peer to CVP application-service ) -------> CVP VXML Application (Play of message and transfer to Directory Number)

In CVP VXML Application there is a "transfer" - "phone" node type  that is assigned with number of CUCM Hunt Pilot

(Es: there is in the node numer 9999 that is issued on CUCM as Hunt Pilot)

On Cisco 2821 there is a dial peer voip with "destination pattern" 9999 and session target IP : CUCM IP

Hunting works but only by CUCM: in this solution the transfer of the user call from CVP (after play message) to CUCM Hunt Pilot fails.

Log CVP shows error: Transfer,data,result,network_busy

This scenario is possible ?

The best solutions is a Cisco IP IVR?

Thanks a lot

Francesco

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Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hi Francesco

For the VXML GW, when the call needs to be sent to CUCM, it becomes IPIP or CUBE for two IP Leg.


depending on what protocol you are using, in addition to the dial-peers, you need to have following commands

voice service voip

allow-connection sip to sip

allow-connection h323 to h323

allow-connection sip to h323

allow-connection h323 to sip

!

hope this helps.

thanks

- abu

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Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Definitely possible.

Change the gateway for a test. On that dial peer add a translation profile with a rule to translate your 9999 into an extension number - a configured and registered phone that you know is there.

dial-peer voice 9999 voip

description CVP standalone - transfer

translation-profile outgoing xfer

destination-pattern 9999

session target ipv4:192.168.0.10

dtmf-relay rtp-nte h245-signal h245-alphanumeric

codec g711ulaw

no vad

(Assume 192.168.0.10 is a subscriber)

This surely works - it works for me. Change it to bridge transfer in CVP studio (or on the VXML server) for debugging - you can come out and catch the network_busy if there is one. Does this work? Can you hit a phone?

Now drop the trans profile and run the test again.

Regards,

Geoff

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hi Geoff,
I thank you for your suggestions!!

Unfortunately I had already tried your solution, even by entering in the node "transfer", the Directory Number associated with an Cisco IP Phone

(registered on CUCM).

The result is the same: network busy on CVP' log application and call drop.

Also I can confirm that the node in the CVP "transfer" is "bridge - true" and "phone type"

I was thinking of trying the problem:
1) A particular parameter to be assigned ("param redirect - redirect paramspace ...)
    in the application - service  section on config voicegateway;
2) Improper configuration of the solution:
    On t
he CUCM I surveyed VG and CVP as "Gateway H323" only; I do not use trunk or gatekeeper;

Best regards.

Francesco

Green

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

You need to debug this on the gateway.

When the VXML command comes back to build the bridge transfer, something is going wrong. You don't need a param on the service to make this transfer.

debug ccapi inout should show something like this on the transfer:

000469: *Oct 13 11:36:16.685: //523/69DEFDDA805D/CCAPI/ccCallSetupRequest:

   Destination=, Calling IE Present=TRUE, Mode=0,

   Outgoing Dial-peer=333, Params=0x471566A8, Progress Indication=NULL(0)

000470: *Oct 13 11:36:16.685: //523/69DEFDDA805D/CCAPI/ccCheckClipClir:

   In: Calling Number=4082521112(TON=National, NPI=ISDN, Screening=User, Passed, Presentation=Allowed)

000471: *Oct 13 11:36:16.685: //523/69DEFDDA805D/CCAPI/ccCheckClipClir:

   Out: Calling Number=4082521112(TON=National, NPI=ISDN, Screening=User, Passed, Presentation=Allowed)

000472: *Oct 13 11:36:16.685: //523/69DEFDDA805D/CCAPI/ccCallSetupRequest:

   Destination Pattern=408447T, Called Number=4084473001, Digit Strip=FALSE

000473: *Oct 13 11:36:16.685: //523/69DEFDDA805D/CCAPI/ccCallSetupRequest:

   Calling Number=4082521112(TON=National, NPI=ISDN, Screening=User, Passed, Presentation=Allowed),

   Called Number=4084473001(TON=Subscriber, NPI=ISDN),

   Redirect Number=408447, Display Info=

   Account Number=, Final Destination Flag=TRUE,

   Guid=69DEFDDA-D616-11DF-805D-00131AA41870, Outgoing Dial-peer=333

In my case, the outgoing dial peer 333 is

dial-peer voice 333 voip

description standalone - AA transfer (last 4)

destination-pattern 408447T

session target ipv4:16.91.120.135

dtmf-relay rtp-nte h245-signal h245-alphanumeric

codec g711ulaw

no vad

my application takes the last 4 digits entered (3001) and prepends 408447. you can see above "Called Number=4084473001"

Regards,

Geoff

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Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Francesco,

Have you tested this again. Any traces?

Regards,
Geoff

Silver

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hi Francesco

For the VXML GW, when the call needs to be sent to CUCM, it becomes IPIP or CUBE for two IP Leg.


depending on what protocol you are using, in addition to the dial-peers, you need to have following commands

voice service voip

allow-connection sip to sip

allow-connection h323 to h323

allow-connection sip to h323

allow-connection h323 to sip

!

hope this helps.

thanks

- abu

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hi Abu,

great,It works!!

voice service voip
allow connection h323 to h323

Next step I write a tcl script for incomning PSTN calls when VG is in SRST (IP WAN down - CVP not available): this script

routes incoming calls on ephone - hunt group registered on VG during SRST, after a play of audio.

This is an emulation of scenario whit CVP.

Thanks a lot Abu

Francesco

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

Hello Geoff,
I picked up the trace as I've suggested with the debug command
I eventually solved by operating the VG as a CUBE.
The configuration added (suggested by Abu Hadee) is:

voice service voip
allow-connection h323 to h323

The next step is to review a TCL script that routes the incoming call PSTN on hunt group or ephone

(registered on VG as ephone) during SRST (CVP not available for WAN connection down or CVP server/serivces down)

If my script works then I public it: it might help someone




Thanks for your time.


Now it works.

Green

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

I picked up the trace as I've suggested with the debug command

I eventually solved by operating the VG as a CUBE.
The configuration added (suggested by Abu Hadee) is:

voice service voip
allow-connection h323 to h323

Sorry, I am so used to CVP that my gateways always have that, and Cisco have that in the Guide.

Should have asked to see your complete gateway config.

Regards,

Geoff

Green

Re: Transfer calls from CVP VXML Application to CUCM Hunt Pilot

The next step is to review a TCL script that routes the incoming call PSTN on hunt group or ephone

(registered on VG as ephone) during SRST (CVP not available for WAN connection down or CVP server/serivces down)

If my script works then I public it: it might help someone

Cisco already allow you to do this:

  service my_app flash:CVPSelfService.tcl

  paramspace english language en

  paramspace english index 0

  param CVPPrimaryVXMLServer 16.91.120.234

  param survive myapp_survive

  param CVPBackupVXMLServer 16.91.120.234

  param keepalive ground

  param CVPSelfService-port 7000

  param CVPSelfService-app MyApplication

and

  service myapp_survive flash:survivability.tcl

  paramspace english index 0

  paramspace english language en

  param alert-timeout 180

  paramspace english location flash

  param setup-timeout 7

  paramspace english prefix en

  param after-hours-agent1 4084473002

  !

Regards,

Geoff

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