we are trying to extract the redirecting number from a call that has been redirected from the a subscriber in the PSTN to the Cisco GW (3620 running IOS 12.2(15)T5, IOS IP Plus). The GW then sets up an outbound IP call to an H.323 EP and passes the redirecting number as part of nonStandardData in the nonStandardControl extension field.
The problem is that our EP (A Dialogic IP card) only supports receiving the first 128 bits of nonStandardData, and the redirecting number string is well after that.
Is there any ability in the Cisco GW to limit what it sends in the nonStandardData field? At the moment it sends through (in nonStandardData)
(a) the original Q.931 setup message, using Q.931 encoding
(b) the same message as (a), but with ASCII encoding.
Really we need only the first bit. I've attached below the message so you can see what I mean:
T INFO - Message:
T DEBUG - 0> <577> Q931Message . SEQUENCE [PRIVATE 1]
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