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UE Greeting Management busy tone

I am trying to get into the greeting management system. I defined 298 under call handling and associated it with promptmgmt application. However when I call 298 from a phone I get a busy tone. It seems like I am missing something, but what? We are using 200 for AA and 299 for pilot number.

Thanks,

Diego

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Re: UE Greeting Management busy tone

Check your dial peers...You should have a dial peer similar to the following

dial-peer voice 298 voip

description GMS dial-peer

destination-pattern 298

session target ipv4:x.x.x.x [ip of cue module]

session protocol sipv2

dtmf-relay sip-notify

Hope that helped

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Re: UE Greeting Management busy tone

Check your dial peers...You should have a dial peer similar to the following

dial-peer voice 298 voip

description GMS dial-peer

destination-pattern 298

session target ipv4:x.x.x.x [ip of cue module]

session protocol sipv2

dtmf-relay sip-notify

Hope that helped

New Member

Re: UE Greeting Management busy tone

Nice, that helped a lot!! Now that I am looking at the dial-peers I see that the AA and pilot dial peers have some additional commands. They are:

b2bua

codec g711ulaw

no vad

What is b2bua? Are these needed for the GMS?

Thanks,

Diego

Re: UE Greeting Management busy tone

Im not too sure about b2bua, but I forgot the codec g711ulaw, you would most definitely need that, as CUE talks only in g711ulaw.

New Member

Re: UE Greeting Management busy tone

Yes, I had to add the codec. Thank you for your help.

Diego

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