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Redial fails if number has "end of dialing" #

Have upgraded to 3.1.3.a.

This may have happened before and we didn't notice it.

You successfully dial a number, 918001231234#, and the call goes through just fine. If you use the redial softkey later, the screen stays blank and the phone returns re-order tone.

Redial works if there is no #.

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Re: Redial fails if number has "end of dialing" #

I have seen this problem with international calls. I have never used the # for end of dialing for US calls since the callmanager should route the call when it gets 1+(10 digits). I suspect that when you are dialing it by hand the # is disregarded since callmanager would already have enough digits to route the call. When you are doing the redial it is sending all the digits at once. I tried this on 3.2(1) and it did not even put the # in the dial string so the redial works everytime.

Hope this helps,


Cisco Employee

Re: Redial fails if number has "end of dialing" #

This seems to be specific to 3.1(3a), check out CSCdw79887.