Just wondering if anyone knows what the SRST call routing requirements are if globalized call routing is in use ?
For example, if area code 408-xxx-xxxx calls boston 617-xxx-xxxx , calling display is usually 408-xxx-xxxx on the boston phone and missed calls is +1408-xxx-xxxx so that the user can call back from the missed call directory.
Or if it is within the enterprise you will see the 4 digit DN and the missed e164 number.
Are these the same requirements if the phone goes into the SRST mode ?
There is very little SRND information on the subject of the interaction of globalized call routing with SRST.
Do you know if Directory numbers using \+ will work when in SRST mode? I can not find any info about this. I am planning on configuring this to test it out, but if someone knows I would appreciate the heads up.
Norm Dir# \+496711234567
Phone enters SRST... does it register as \+496711234567 ?
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