I finished a migration from a traditional PBX system to a Cisco VoIP system. I use a Cisco Callmanager v7.15 and Cisco IP Phones 7945G/7965G (firmware release 9.1.1-SR1).
But I've got now a urgent request from our main secretairy about missing information in the missed calls. This secretary takes care about several managers. When someone calls now one of the managers and he his not available to answer the call, the call is forwarded after 4 rings to the secretary. But if she is also not at her desktop and doesn't answer the call, a missed call is logged on here IP Phone. If she comes back to her desk and checks the Missed Calls log, she can see the missed call (with the date and time) but she cannot see from whoom the call has been forwarded to her phone. This feature was availbel in our old Philips phone system.
Is there any possibility to show the information in the missed calls if a call has been forwarded from somebody?
The problem is so strange but it may because you upgrade your IP phones , you have to restart your TFTP srever on the router . unplug the IP phone and plug it (resart it hardwae resart). I hope this will help
Perhaps you can find the missing call's Global Call ID and trace where it went to. When calls get processed by CUCM, they are tagged with a Global Call ID. As that call bounces around the network (transfers, etc.), the Global Call ID remains the same same. The Global Call ID is one of the fields in the CDR data fields.
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