Bad luck, the 1700 do not support FXS in SCCP mode. You can only use TCL/IVR script for H.450 based transfer, but it is quite complicated to setup, I would reccomend placing an IP phone that is much easier.
The H450 transfer TCL script is actually quite easy to get up and running. I tested it out on the FXS ports of a UC520 recently, and it would recognise the hookflash and allow the calls to be transfered.
Here is a short note on how to do it -
The TCL script detects the hookflash, plays secondary dial tone, accepts the new digits and transfers the call.
The TCL application that allows call transfer via hookflash on H323 gateways can be downloaded here -
The script would need to run on the voice port that is accepting the call - it should just pick up the local hookflash and perform the transfer. What is the exact application/procedure it would be used with the IVR ?
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