How to enable call redirect or transfer (H.450.2) on MRP 200
I noticed that my MRP 200 configured as H.323 gateway, does not support the call redirection or call transfer (H.450.2). I saw in documentation that the MRP is suppose to support this feature when it is not the transferring endpoint.
I would like to know the command line to enable the feature because it doesn't work by default. I tried a call between PSTN and H.323 endpoint, everything works except when the H.323 endpoint invoke the call redirection or transfer, MRP doesn't react.
Re: How to enable call redirect or transfer (H.450.2) on MRP 200
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