i have more than one installation with h323 gateways (up to 70 locations in a cluster) and it works great for me. ok, i havent fractional e1, but i think there should be no difference to a normal e1. h323 has only the disadvantage in countrys such germany (variable lengh numbering plan)that overlap sending is not supported. some customers are very mad, when i say that they should dial # to avoid the interdigit ti meout.
the srst config is the same as in mgcp (ok there is no ccm-manager fallback command:)), and it works really great for me.
overlap sending is the best method for variable lenght dial-plan. we have in germany only variable length dial-plan for privat or office numbers. only mobile numbers have a fix length (11 digit).
as you described the office number can be 23456 and we have from provider a did range. this can be for example 0-3 (BRI in germany: anlagenanschluss) or 000 599 (PRI). the provider checks after the office number 234567 only the first digit for example 0-3 (0123) after this you can configure for the extensions all number in the range 0-3999..... etc.
for outgoing calls with overlap sending we are using the following setup:
route pattern: 0.[1-9] (City or emergency calls) allow overlap sending flag is checked
route pattern: 0.0[1-9] (National calls, Mobile calls are National) allow overlap sending flag is checked
route pattern: 0.00[1-9] (International calls) allow overlap sending flag is checked
in all combinations we have under route group "discard digit predot"
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