forward-digits extra inband - inconsistent behavour
I am using the "forward-digits extra inband" command on a PRI dial-peer for the purposes of playing DTMF tones.
I am using this as part of :
pattern ext-ext no-answer ....
pattern trunk-ext no-answer ....
If I make an internal-internal extension call and end up forwarded to the desired destination, then DTMF tones can be heard at the destination. If I call from an external number (come in through the PRI and forwarded back out through the same PRI) no DTMF tones are heard at the destination. Using debugging, I see the same dial-peer matched in both instances, and there is the same "extra digits" / dialled number visible in both instances. So the only difference appears to be where the call has originated from.
Has anyone else seen this ? Any suggestions as to how I can play DTMF tones in both circumstances ? Is this not a supported command ?
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
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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