Trying to setup my very first UC540. I have a problem with the voice mail and AutoAttendant. When I dial it it says enter my extension followed by "pound sign" I enter this and it just keeps asking "are you there?"
I have all the latest versions and initally could not even get it to answer until I configured "dtmf-relay rtp-nte"
Is there something I am missing? What should I look for?
Following is my config for the Auto attendant manager.
dial-peer voice 2001 voip
description ** cue auto attendant number **
translation-profile outgoing PSTN_CallForwarding
session protocol sipv2
session target ipv4:10.1.10.1
voice-class sip outbound-proxy ipv4:10.1.10.1
It would help to know which versionof CCA you are using and which version SW Pack for the UC are you using.?
Also are you dialing from an internal extension to reach it?
It almost sounds like you are dialing into voice mail.
You did see the CCA 3.1 bug discussed yesterday right (I think yes since you mentioned rtp-nte) but want to be sure. For a brand new install, you should not see that anyway....
I'm using CCA version 3.1 now, but when I started setting the UC540 up orignally I was using 3.0.1.
Yes am dialing from an internal extension.
Software pack is 8.1
Yes did see the CCA 3.1 bug, this helped as previously I was just getting number unknown when dialing the GMS.
I should be getting the auto attendant manager, this is my CUE config for the number I'm dialing:
ccn trigger sip phonenumber 410
Steven have just found that none of the CUE applications "hear" my key presses. For example "399" takes me to voice mail. The first time I go there is says I havent' setup a name, press 1 to record a new one. If I press 1 it does not to anything and just keeps repeating itself.
OK. Then since you started with 3.0.1 and then connected 3.1, you may have the problem they discussed in recent thread: https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2097783?tstart=0
I dont know what they mean by "reset" voice mail numbers? I would open a case if I were you.
Laura responded. Change your voice mail number to something else, and then back again to 399. Do the same on AA.
This should clean up all the dial peers.
Thanks for the replies, have tried changing the voice mail and AA extensions with did not fix it.
To clarify the issue:
When dialing voice mail or Auto attendant Prompt management system on a UC540 there is no response to digit or #/* key presses
Using CCA 3.1
Software pack is 8.1
Have logged a call with support.
Thanks for responding.
Why or where woudl I need to explicitly configure * or #? The prompt manager and voice mail both ask things like "enter extension and press #". The issue is that it simply does not seem to respond to any key press.
I am referring to the configuration drawer in CCA. Under telephony, then call handling, then AA. There is a tab for menu actions you configure for use.
Have worked it out. It the phone that does not seem to work. Its a 7912 model. I don't know if it makes slightly different tones or what but a 300 series worked fine.