Invalid Number Format (incomplete number) for certain International Calls
I ran across and interesting error message I haven't seen yet, and was wondering if anybody else had experienced the same thing. When the customer calls out to most countries (Japan, Korea, Singapore, France, etc) the calls connect just fine. In the ISDN debugs, I see the plan being set as Unknown and same for the number type.
When the dial the UK however, the call is rejected and I see the below output in debug. Interestingly enough, I see the type in this case is set by CallManager as International. I thought this was just a local telco issue, but we re-routed the International calls through a few other offices and had the same results.
So I guess my question is, why would CCM be specificially setting the type to International just for the UK? Is it possible to adjust this somewhere in CCM or do I have to adjust it on the Voice Gateway?
CCM version is 4.1.3es111 and this is an H.323 gateway.
CallManager be s*Nov 16 11:53:30.109 CST: ISDN Se0/1/0:23 Q931: pak_private_number:
Invalid type/plan 0x2 0x1 may be overriden; sw-type 13
*Nov 16 11:53:30.109 CST: ISDN Se0/1/0:23 Q931: Applying typeplan for
sw-type 0xD is 0x1 0x1, Called num 01144207437XXXX
Re: Invalid Number Format (incomplete number) for certain Intern
I guess you are using primary-ni as switchtype. If you dial a 15-digit number the gateway will set the numbering plan to International and some of the telcos in US doesn't allow other numbering plans than unknown
Try to add the following to your serial interface
isdn map address ^011* plan unknown type unknown
For more information check out CSCdj64195 on Cisco But Toolkit.
Edit: Saw now that the thread is 5 years old, I hope the problem is solved now :-)
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