My customer has a special requirement, they need to call a number which contains #, how can I avoid the ccm terminate the call after accept the #? MGCP/H323 will make difference? As we know usually # is a termination sign. Thanks.
You can add # as a digit in the route pattern. Say, you add a route pattern 9214#XXXX. Now when users dial, 9214# Callmanager will wait for additional digits and does not consider # as a termination sign, since it matches this pattern and knows that there are more digits to follow. So this will work.
However, please be aware that this could lead to inter-digit timeout issues if the patterns with the # overlaps with your regular route patterns.
Taking the same example, say if you have another pattern 9214, and the user dial 9214 with a # to terminate the interdigit timer, then Callmanager would start to match it with the 9214#XXXX and the call would fail since CCM does not receive any more digits. Make sure you design your dial plan carefully when doing this.
Good point and it works.Now extend my question to the following scenario. IP phone user call 91234#1#2 and the call send to a FXO port to reach a third party device which can read the 1234#1#2 for its application. Now my question is will CCM strip the # when sends to FXO. the reason I am asking this is I see on CCM service CCM will strip the #. Here is the descrption:
Strip # Sign From Called Party Number : This parameter enables the stripping of # sign digits from the called party IE for the inbound, outbound Q.931, and H.225 SETUP messages.
Also, to change the end of digit terminator to something other than #, use the global config command dial-peer terminator ? (do ? to see options, and pick some other character you can live without). I recently ran up against this on H323 gateway, so just in case -
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