I am trying to configure the MVA feature on a H323 Gateway. I have configured the MVA Directory in CUCM and the dial-peer for incoming pots number and the voip dial-peer pointing to the Directory number. I have also loaded the VoiceXML application using the command "service MVA http://Publisher-IP:8080/ccmivr/pages/IVRMainpage.vxml". I am unsure about the VoiceXML application. Will adding the above command do the trick? Is there anything else I am supposed to do? Please suggest. I can see the call landing on the router and getting connected for a brief msec of time and then immediate disconnect tone. Just to add Mobile Connect is working as desired. The configuration is mentioned below.
I have been able to get the VoiceXML script invoked by clearing out and readding the MVA service in application; reset of the pots and voip dial-peer and reset of the Cisco Unified Mobile Voice Access service.
But, now I am not able to get calls connected from the remote destination device. I can login using my PIN through the IVR prompt and select "1" to make a call. As I enter the digits and press the # sign, hear the lady say "your call cannot be completed as dialled".
Thought, it could be a CSS issue, tried with various options but still same problem. On the RDP, I am applying same CSS that has been applied to Rerouting CSS.
Modified the "Mobile Voice Access Partition" to ensure it contains the partition that is assigned on "Inbound CSS" on Gateway and it works now. Will test the feature access codes tomorrow. Remember, I got stuck wherein I can place a call on hold from the remote destination device using *81 but to resume it *83 does not work. It keeps the called party on hold forever and I have to end the call. Any ideas?
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