Re: Using Feature Access Code (FAC) for callforwarding to Mobile
Maybe you are running into the Call Forward Max Length setting. Have a look;
The following example restricts the number of digits that a phone user can enter using the CFwdAll soft key to four. In this example, extensions in the phone user's Cisco CME system have four digits, so that means that the user can use the IP phone to forward all calls to any extension in the system, but not to any number outside the system.
Also here is a good example for using FAC's for CFWD All;
The following example shows how the standard FAC for the Call Forward All feature is changed to a custom FAC (#45). Then an alias is created to map a second custom fac to #45 plus an extension (1111). The second custom FAC (#44) allows the phone user to press #44 to forward all calls all calls to extension 1111, without requiring the phone user to dial the extra digits that are the extension number.
Router(config-telephony)# fac custom callfwd all #45
fac callfwd all code has been configured to #45
Router(config-telephony)# fac custom alias 0 #44 to #451111
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