I am trying to utilize Bulk Speed Dials for some common dialed numbers (including commas for pauses), but I am having some issues.
From the command reference, I am told to use a comma for a pause. Since I am using a CSV style document, I assume that means I should include quotation marks around my dialing string. So, I create a simple CSV that looks like this:
Upload, refresh the list - but that doesn't work. My phone shows "Unknown Number". However, CUCME seems to recognize the Speed Dial:
KC_VG_1(config-telephony)#do sho telephony-service bulk glob 3 01 === Complete index search 160301 == 01 918007299473,,,1,2,1 no no
If I make the CSV like this:
Upload, refresh the list - at least the phone dials the number, but as expected, none of the options are dialed.
KC_VG_1(config-telephony)#do sho telephony-service bulk glob 3 01 === Complete index search 160301 == 01 918007299473 no no
Are quotation marks not the correct mechanism to accomplish this? Is there something that I am missing in regard to how Bulk Speed Dialing works opposed to standard Speed Dialing? FYI, I'm running CUCME 8 on 15.1(1)T.
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