[Reposting this since it hasn't shown up in 4 hours... hope it doesn't create a double post]
Does ISDN (I'm using basic-net3 switchtype) or CCME have a limitation of 20 digits on called-number digit strings passed to the CO/exchange?
I have a problem where my telco (Telstra) requires me to dial a convoluted sequence of digits to enable call-forward for particular numbers in my indial range. It looks as though CCME is only forwarding the first 20 digits to the BRI.
For simplicity to start with, I've been trying to get call-forward immediate to work, which has the following number sequence (i.e. this must be sent to CO):
* 21 callfwd-dest * * * numtobeforwarded #
where in the example below, I want to forward number 90001030 to 0400100200.
Here's the Q.931 debug:
Feb 9 01:09:40.622: ISDN BR0/0/0 Q931: Applying typeplan for sw-type 0x1 is 0x0 0x0, Calling num 90001030
Feb 9 01:09:40.626: ISDN BR0/0/0 Q931: Applying typeplan for sw-type 0x1 is 0x0 0x0, Called num *210400100200***90001030#
As you can see the called-party number is being truncated after the 20th digit (unless this is just a limitation of the debug output).
It's not appropriate for me to do call forwarding within CCME itself, because I want this to take effect if the CCME box fails, so it needs to be enacted by the CO. (and also since CCME doesn't appear to support partial reroute/call deflection, every time it forwards a call, 2 BRI channels are hogged.)
Does anyone have any advice on this? Am I shagged?
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