We receive a 15 second delay whe we call an External local call from our IP phones. If the number is an autodial numbr, the call connects immediatly. If we dial a local number not in the autodial list there is a 15 second delay before the call tries to dial. It does not happen on long distance or toll calls.
Your problem is in your dial-plan setup. You must have an overlapping dial-plan.
Basically the Cisco CallManager has a 15 second inter-digit timeout. When you type in your local number that pattern can obviously match more than one entry in your dial-plan so it's waiting to see if you're going to type in any more digits before it makes it's routing decision.
Check your dial-plan to make sure this doesn't happen. Alternatively you can mark your "local" route as "URGENT" and it will route the call immediately, but this is a bit of a fudge.
As I say, now you know why it's taking so long, check and redesign your dial-plan.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.