As stated in the previous post an H.323 gateway is required when using Mobile Voice Access to trigger the VoiceXML used by the IVR.
To use Mobile Voice Access you would need to either convert your MGCP gateway to H.323 or deploy a separate H.323 gateway to hairpin the calls.
CUCM6.1 also supports a feature called Enterprise Feature Access that provides two stage dialling using tones rather than prompts. It is not as user fiendly as Mobile Voice Access for new users but is faster for power users who are familiar with it.
As it does not use VoiceXML the H.323 gateway should not be required.
Can anyone tell me whether the Enterprise Feature Access that provides the 2 stage dialing as referred above is available in CUCM 7. I have the regular Mobile Voice Access configured and working, but can't seem to get the the 2 stage dialing feature to work. Any help is greatly appreciated. Also, if anyone can point me to a doc that shows how to configure this. Again, I have mobile voice access configured and working, but I cannot get the 2 stage dialing feature to work.
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