Am deploying a Call Manager site in Germany currently. Having some 'fun' due to their non fixed dial plan!
Currently I am trying to route calls inbound to an H323 gateway. We have worked out that calls are sent via QSIG using overlap sending so sometimes we get digits being sent after the main batch of digits.
The problem is - from certain areas of Germany - we don't get the final digit! We are expecting something like 481XXXX and from certain areas we get 481X then another X then another X. We don't get the final X even after extending the T302 timeout to 8 or 10 seconds.
Any help gratefully received. Bit's of config below:
*Mar 11 22:16:52.043: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by e000007 on vty0 (18.104.22.168)
That other customer was me. The solution was overlap receiving. We saw that some numbers were sent in full in one setup message, but then others were short one digit. When we applied overlap receiving this immediately and permanently resolved the issue.
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