I'm running Call Manager 3.3.2 SPB with a VG200 gateway. The VG200 is running MGCP. We're using 9.@ for our route pattern. The problem is that when a user picks up a phone, dial a 9 (outside access code), they'll get a dial tone (which is normal), then after only entering 5 or 6 digits, they'd get another dial tone. User can continue to finish dialing all the digits and get connected, but this is too confusing and disruptive for them. I'm just unable to find out why user would get another dial tone before they finish dialing all the digits.
The only thing I could think of is that you have additional route patterns OR a translation pattern overlapping somewhere. In either of these 2 scenarios, you probably have provide DT checked. I can't imagine how else this could be happening.
You said that your Vg200 is MGCP, correct? Try getting into the VG200 and on the dial-peer for that port take off the command service mgcpapp like this:
dial-peer voice x pots
Now pick up the hand set and see if you get dial tone. If you do then the issue is with the MGCP application if you don't open a case to have the VG200 replace. If the MGCP application is bad you can try using SCCP on the VG200.
The entire MGCP dialplan is done on CM, so this is a CM misconfiguration. Sounds like you have an overlapping pattern with has 'secondary dial-tone' checked which gets matched at digit 5 or 6.
Look at the CSS on the MGCP endpoint, and then look at all route patterns and translation patterns assigned those partitions for the overlap. You can leverage a route plan report, as well, to find this.
If you still struggle, pull a detailed CM trace during dialing. Let's say the issue occurs at dialing 9555, search for this string in the trace: dd="9555
The trace will tell you what pattern is getting matched.
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