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AutoDial

Hi.

I have a solution with CCM cluster(2) and same SRST in same sites.

When the customer press new call and not dial any digits, after the timeouts, the ip phone autodial to unknown number and after the call change to DN in local site!

Why?

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VIP Super Bronze

Re: AutoDial

This is really interesting!!!! Never seen or heard that before!!!

What version of CCM are you using? I hope its not CCM 5.1.3

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Re: AutoDial

System version: 5.1.3.2000-3

VIP Super Bronze

Re: AutoDial

Well, Lots of bugs have been reported on this ccm version..

May be its a bug!

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Re: AutoDial

do you have a blank translation pattern in there???

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Re: AutoDial

I have 2 translation-pattern

11.! in PT_JRBTB_Local

11.! in PT_ADumas_Local

Cisco Employee

Re: AutoDial

ok, so it might not be a translation pattern. not sure of your version but have you tried deleting all the unassigned DNs??

if you run a route plan report do you see anything blank??

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Re: AutoDial

No.

See attach, please.

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Cisco Employee

Re: AutoDial

you would need to enable a CUCM detailed trace to look into this

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Re: AutoDial

When I delete the dn or change his partition, all fine ok!

The problem is in DN 9587!

Cisco Employee

Re: AutoDial

weird, only a trace would tell what happens. maybe something in cache memory, have you tried a cluster reboot??

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