Re: Passing DNIS from PSTN to Call Manager via gatekeeper
DNIS information is passed to gatekeeper so that gatekeeper can make decision on where to route the call. If that is your question than just have the gateway and the ccm register to gatekeeper and that will do the trick. If you are talking routing the call based on time of day or loads then you should be looking at external server which will talk to gatekeeper through GKTMP. I hope that helps..
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