From an IP Phone, I dial the CTI RP and get forwarded to the main / opening call handler. I traverse a couple of menu tree levels to get to my call handler where I am attempting to transfer back to CUCM. I hear my recorded personal greeting instructing me to enter my number. Whether I wait for the recording to end or whether I enter the digits during the greeting, the results are the same. The result is that nothing happens. No recorded message telling me that I cant be transferred to that number - nothing at all. The call just terminates.
I started up Connection Remote Port Status monitor and I can watch the sequence of the call. When I enter the digits of the target phone (123), I see in the Remote Port Status Monitor that it sees and receives the DTMF digits, but then nothing happens.
I next tested by adding a test user in CUC with the same DN of 123. As soon as I did that, I repeated the attempted call and when I dialed "123", I get the recorded message "Wait while I transfer that call" and then the call completes successfully.
This is my home lab so I can make any changes that you suggest with no user implications.
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