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Dicriminate calls coming from a dial-peer on wich service script is enabled

Hi all,

I briefly describe my scenario followed by a question:

I've Call Manager 3.3.5sr2

I use Stone voice to run application script, I set up a dial-peer voip which involves a service script, everything works fine, I just would like the phone receiving the calls from that dial-peer, should be able to prompt on the display in some way, when calls come from that dial-peer and when they comes for instance from internal extensions or from did.

this is dial-peer and service script:

dial-peer voice 614 voip

service script14

destination-pattern 581

voice-class codec 1

session target ipv4:192.168.100.11

incoming called-number 581

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric

no vad

service script14 http://192.168.100.12/fw/Apps/IOSIVR/Server/TargetScript/script14.tcl

paramspace english index 1

paramspace english language en

param op1 311

param description Stonevoice_IVR_behaviour_PFI_ISORIAC_loaded_on_04/06/2008_10.02.20

paramspace english location http://192.168.100.12/fw/Apps/IOSIVR/Server/AudioFiles/

paramspace english prefix en

param welcome_msg NONE

param operator_busy NONE

Thanks a lot

Emanuele

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Re: Dicriminate calls coming from a dial-peer on wich service sc

Calling number is used to associate the incoming dial-peer. As you know, this dial-peer does not appear in the configuration but is matched automatically when there is no incoming dial-peer that matches. See also

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_tech_note09186a008010fed1.shtml

Which type of lines do you have between routers and whatever is connected there ?

Any digit after the patern will be dialed out, I'm not sure what really is the problem here. Think you are not the only one doing these things and it works for everyone!

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Re: Dicriminate calls coming from a dial-peer on wich service sc

Calling number is used to associate the incoming dial-peer. As you know, this dial-peer does not appear in the configuration but is matched automatically when there is no incoming dial-peer that matches. See also

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_tech_note09186a008010fed1.shtml

Which type of lines do you have between routers and whatever is connected there ?

Any digit after the patern will be dialed out, I'm not sure what really is the problem here. Think you are not the only one doing these things and it works for everyone!

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