We hold a CM cluster in the UK and are deploying remote offices in Germany and France. Could anyone provide comprehensive Route Patterns for these countries and inform us whether their ISDN-30 circuits require any special configuration. We have found that Germany requires "isdn overlap sending receiving". Thanks Keith
Thanks for the reference document. We found this information the hard way for our Germany install. We are now trying to configure a Dial Plan for both our German and French remote offices but we cannot find information on the relevant dial codes. We currently have "0!", and "0!#" but we find this unacceptable as the customer has to wait up to 10 seconds for the call to complete unless they press "#".
Hi, Thanks for your reply. We have created a numbering plan similiar to this for the UK and it works fine once we identified all the different length codes. What we are having problems is finding the different codes used in Germany and France to create this dial plan. Example - in the UK normal national calls begin with either 01 or 02 and are 11 digits long so we can simply add a dial plan to match these. We have no idea of these dial plans in the two countries. Regards Keith.
Marcus, Many thanks for the link - this provides the information I need. I appreciate your quote about reducing the inter-digit timeout but we find that users sometimes delay entering the keys in the middle of the sequence and the system then starts to dial before receiving the complete number. Thanks again, Keith
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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