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Sending calls to IP address from TCL

Hi,
I am running TCL code on AS5350. I have a requirement to send a call to an IP address which is stored in a database. My TCL has extracted the IP address from the database, into a TCL variable. But how can I pass this variable IP address on to the outbound dial-peer?

The only way I know to send VoIP calls to an IP address is using the "session target" command in the dial-peer, but this only lets me send the call to a fixed IP address. It is not practical for me to have a separate dial-peer for each IP address. Can the TCL code modify the IP address of the session target?
Thanks.

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Re: Sending calls to IP address from TCL

Unfortunately, that is not possible with TCL/IVR.

The alternative would be to send the call to an ENUM, H.323 GK, or SIP server, that can resolve the number to an IP address.

Enum:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps5640/products_configuration_example09186a0080ad7b94.shtml

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Sending calls to IP address from TCL

Unfortunately, that is not possible with TCL/IVR.

The alternative would be to send the call to an ENUM, H.323 GK, or SIP server, that can resolve the number to an IP address.

Enum:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps5640/products_configuration_example09186a0080ad7b94.shtml

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Re: Sending calls to IP address from TCL

Hi P,

Thanks for the info. I've managed to do it with 1 dial peer by using "session target dns:$u$.mydomain" and inserting a DNS record for each client.

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