I have Unity VM length set to 180 seconds for all subscribers. Internally IP Phone to IP Phone, it works fine - messages are ended when if 180 second mark is reached. However, when external callers leave VM they always get cut off at 1 minute. Any ideas why this is happening?
calling in on or T1 CAS (which is configured as H323) the VMs do not get cuttoff/dropped - we can leave a message that lasts the full 180 seconds. When calling in on our POTS lines (all configured as MGCP) VMs get cutoff/dropped at about 40 seconds everytime.
Looks like it isnt a Unity issue, but perhaps a CM or MGCP bug.... Any Ideas???
I am seeing the same issue with UNITY 3.02 and my 2610 with 2 FXO's configured as MGCP. In my case it is less than 5 seconds. I have not found anything on TAC's web site and in Unity class no one had never heard of this issue. I think I will try a different version of code on the 2600 router.
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