As mentioned, the Cisco Debit Card for Packet Telephony feature works in tandem with the IVR feature. IVR TCL scripts have been modified to provide voice prompts. These voice prompts are required to collect the necessary digits for accounting and settlement processes.For more information refer the follwoing URL
i tried many tcl scripts but nothing seems to be working. i even tried using clid_authen_collect script. but still no luck. i am still not able to play either the dial tone or nor any voice prompts.we are using SIP.
i am attaching the configuration of the ipipgw.we had configured a radius server also. not shown in the configuration.
some how i was able to play voice prompts. but i am still not able to play the dial tone using tcl ivr (playtone leg_incoming tn_dial). also after the prompt is played, it doesnt wait for the user to enter the destination number. it simply moves ahead and tries to place that call,
i am attaching the tcl script. for testing i am nt doing any AAA. i just want to ask the user to enter the destination and then place the call.
thanks for your reply. i have even tried using param1. the problem is that after playing the prompts, the script moves ahead without waiting for the user to enter the number. it then tries to place the call. but since there was no number entered the digit collection status shows cd_010. is there a way by which i can ask the tcl to wait for sometime till the user enters the number. i even tried using the buitin TCL scripts but its not working.
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