The CallManager by default does not wait for additional digits from the CTI application unless explicity configured otherwise within the CallManager Service Parameter CTI Await Further Digits.
This parameter specifies whether Cisco CallManager waits for further digits before extending the call when a call is initiated via CTI.
If additional digits are not received by the time that the value that is specified in the T302 Timer expires, Cisco CallManager tries to connect the call by using just the digits in the CTI request.
Valid values specify True (Cisco CallManager accepts the digits in the CTI request and awaits further digits) or False (Cisco CallManager immediately extends the call by using the number that is specified in the CTI request).
Therefore in order to shorten the call setup time try adjusting the interdigit T302 timer to approx. 6000 msecs, the default is 15000msecs and the lowest is 3000 msecs.
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