I've a problem with the CCM and overlap sending. Due to an open national dial plan, I use overlap sending.
I noticed that when I call some national numbers, I must wait 8s to receive an ISDN CALL_PROC message and hear the ring back tone. The 8s is a Telco timeout.
As my T302 is set to 5s (I can't set it to 8s because too long), these calls don't work. After the 5s, I get a fast busy tone. However, when I dial the number and then I press the # digit, the call works immediatly.
I tried the debug isdn Q931 on the GW to see what happens when I push the #, but I can't see anything. I thought that a sending complete was sent, but it's not the case.
Can anybody tell me what happens when I push the #, and why the # isn't automatically added to a number after the T302 timeout?
I need to have a low T302 because of a special need for incoming calls:
The number of my customer is 2478654xxx where xxx is the extension, but the 2478654 without any extension must arrive to the Attendant operator, and to avoid the customers to wait to long, I set the T302 to 5s.
# stands for end-of-dialing. The moment you hit it, Callmanager stops digit analysis and tries to complete the call.
Sometimes, when you finish dialing a number, the call might set up immediately, but at other times you might have to wait for sometime. This might be due to your dial-plan. There might be overlapping dial-plan in your network which makes CM wait till the interdigit timeout expires and then it connects the call. Check the dial-plan and try to find out which might cause the conflict.
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