Has anyone found an easy substitute for auth codes for long distance calls? In the centrex world, you're prompted for a tone and then the code is entered for call billing. Last I knew, Cisco developers didn't consider this a priority.
Instead of putting the IVR on a pots dialpeer, you just put it on a voip dial peer.
The scripts are the same, and there is no problems with the CDR's
If you dont want prompting and 2 stage dialling, you can have the script using the callingnumber or originating ipaddress as the authentication code.
A nice feature is to have the script using calling number first, and if that fails then prompt for a callingcard number. This will work fine in a scenario with registred staffphones, and nonregistred public campus phones.
My company makes the backend billingsystem, and we have customers doing all of the above solutions, universities as well.
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