I'd be curious to see if anyone has found a solution to this. I am assuming you are trying to use "9" as your access code for an outside line and do not get return dialtone from CM. This is because there are more potential matches for 9 then just the route pattern. Am I assuming correctly? I don't see a way around this, but maybe someone else has.
That is one issuse, the second issuse that we are having is after dialing a 4 digit extenstion with the first digit being a 9, i.e. 9412 it waits 15 seconds before placing the call to the other IP phone. We have played with the digit time-out but that does not seem to be a satisfactory solution.
We had this problem in a school district as they were given the DID range of 9000-9999. We addressed outbound by using 8 as the outside access. We also had to deal with 911 by allowing the use of 8.911, 9.911, and 911 as they had many different ways of dialing 911 from the various phone systems between buildings. This created an issue so we had to disallow the use of 9110-9119, and 9911 for extension numbers. We also had to have the carrier block the inbound calling of those numbers so Call Manager didn't hairpin them back out to the PSAP.
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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