I currently have a problem trying to get Extension Assigner working on CCME 4.2. I have applied my configuration and attached three phones - 7912, 7905 and 7940 - but when I dial the assigner extension number, the call connects but I don't hear any prompts. However when I look at the output from the 'debug voip application script' command, I can see the prompts for password, provision tag etc. being requested.
This was a long time ago, I am trying to remember. I don't recall getting a reply and ultimately solving this problem, I must have left it and go on to something else ;-). Sorry I can't be more helpful
I too had the same issue. No prompts are played when accessing the extension assigner script from the phone, but when debugging the application voip scripts, I see the extension assigner outputs indicating normal operation. I fixed the problem years ago and recently came across the same problem again. After two days of troubleshooting, I finally remembered how to solve the problem. The issue is the paramspace english location flash:/app-cme-ea-126.96.36.199.tcl command. This command points the tcl scripts to the flash:/app-cme-ea-188.8.131.52.tcl directory which is NOT the actual directory of the audio prompts. The app-cme-ea-184.108.40.206.tcl file is the actual tcl script file and it does not contain any audio prompt files. All audio prompts are in the flash:/ea/ directory. I changed the command to paramspace english location flash:/ea/ and voile! I can hear audio prompts on the phone because the application knows the correct directory to all audio prompts that the tcl script calls up.
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