I've a cat6509 with ws-x6608-e1 gateway on cm 3.2.2(c). The problem is when calls are not "block-dialed" incoming. I enabled sig digits and gave num digits value 4 (the dn's are from 0000 to 9999). Think it's a overlap receiving issue. When someone calls from outside by typing the DID number-by-number the setup message differs and the call can't be connected. If the call is block-dialed (i.e. from mobile phone) everything works fine.
I've opened a tac case, but maybe you guys are faster ....
Re: DID over CAT6500 WS-X6608 overlap receiving issue
Yes I did, but it was a little tricky. Here's the solution:
Don't set sig digits on the gateway(s) and leave num digits at default value (I'm not sure but think it's 23). Then build a translation patter which maches your internal extension with X (i. e. for 4 digit extensions: 555.XXXX) and use discard digits in the pattern with "pre-dot". So you're cutting all everythin in front of the . and the extensions will match. The ugly thing is to send all incomplete or non-exsisting dn's to the operator. I think you can only do by building up several route patterns, but be careful with that. My first result was to route about 500 extensions to operator ....
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