I setup a QSIG TIE between a Cisco and Nortel PBX a few years ago. I setup all the digits that were being sent over the TIE as CDP. I don't recall all of the DCH RCAP settings, but they were the basic QSIG settings like QMWI if you also want to use the Call Pilot for the Cisco phones.
If you search the posts on here that were done by johnpoole he has a working config that I used. Another thing I discovered is if you want to be able to page over the Nortel or pick up parked calls you have to get a little tricky.
Build a few single line ports on the Nortel side and terminate them into the FXO ports of the Cisco router. Then you build them in the Call Manager as a analog trunk route and in your route mask programming associte the Nortel paging/park DN range with that trunk group.
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