UDP Dialing to CS1K
IP Office 8.1 registered to NRS 7.50 with CS1000 7.50
CDP (Coordinated Dialing Plan) four digit dialing to main site is successful.
UDP calling to the IP Office also is successful.
Dialing 1111 (assuming is in CDP) from IP Office is successful.
Dialing 224 2222 from any site to reach user at IP Office is successful.
When IP Office is sending INVITE request to CS1000, it is not presenting any information for phone context, causing the NRS (Network Routing Service) to treat the call as CDP. This can be viewed within a packet capture of SIP traffic as the call is being initiated.
Within IP Office Manager, access Short Codes and create a new code for the UDP location code to be access. For the short code, provide the following:
(Replace ### with the location code for UDP dialing, the N is used as a variable to allow for an undetermined number of digits to be dialed.)
Telephone Number: ###N";firstname.lastname@example.org"
(Replace ### with location code for UDP dialing, the N is used to allow for any number of digits to be presented after the location code. udp and domain can be retrieved from NRS if not already known. If all DNs at location are the same length, replace N with sufficient number of x to remove wait time after last digit)
Line Group ID: (choose appropriate line group)
Locale: (can be left blank)
Force Account Code: unchecked