srst secondary-dialtone does not support dialing via # ??
The Company I am working with uses # for outside calls (as opposed to say a 9) with CUCM. The problem is that when a remote site goes into SRST, the newer routers running Fallback 8.1 do not support the # even where the dial-patterns are already configured to do so and otherwise work properly under H.323. Older routers do support the #. Using a # for secondary-dialtone is also not supported which makes me think Cisco dropped support for the #.
Does anyone now if Cisco actually discontinued support of the # key for "outside" dialing or am I missing something here.
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