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URI and IP-Address dialing from Phone/Jabber

Hi,

we have a callmanager with a polycom videoconferencing solution.

The polycom system is attached via sip-trunk.

They have a request, where it seems that this is not configureable on callmanager.

1.) Call from phone a IP-Address with dots, for example 192.168.10.1

2.) Call from phone an URI, for example company@domain.com

 

We used a Routepattern 6.!, where i cut the leading number 6. The Polycom system is having rules to dial or establish this call requests.

We have the following solutions sucessfully tested (IP= 192.168.10.1):

RP= 6.!, Called= 6192168010001

RP= 6.!*!*!*!, Called= 6192*168*10*1

 

But how can i send dots? or a uri?

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Cisco Employee

We don't support dialing IPs,

We don't support dialing IPs, and for URIs, you need to configure a sip route pattern to match the domain portion and route via a sip trunk.

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java

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New Member

Hello Jaime,thank you for the

Hello Jaime,

thank you for the quick answer. Then my last concerns are, how to use Sip RP.

They will send it allways to the same trunk, but with diffrent uri's

How can i use the sip route pattern in a variable way?

 

Cisco Employee

Not sure what you mean by

Not sure what you mean by variable way.

HTH

java

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New Member

Hi, i have open a Cisco TAC

Hi,

 

i have open a Cisco TAC case and we figured out that later callmanagers have more options for this. But i have to deal with CUCM 8.6.2 and will have to implement a workaround.

 

For my first point i have a feature enhancment request (CSCuq09077) now:

1.) Call from phone a IP-Address with dots, for example 192.168.10.1

 

 

 

New Member

I cannot insert a @-symbol or

I cannot insert a @-symbol or more then one dot in a routepattern, so far it is not working.

The reason could be the meaning of dot and @-symbol in a routepattern.

i know, we talk about callrouting, but he says, that a polycom is able to send uri and ip in sip-ivite to the callmanager?!

 

 

Bronze

 Hi,I have been playing

 

Hi,

I have been playing around with Public IP Address dial with UCM 10.x and VCS the below post might be useful depending on what manipulation the Polycom environment is capable of

Post

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/12263426/ip-address-dial-out-cucm

 

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