Cisco ATA 186 adds @ sign in front of number dialed
I wonder if anyone had this problem. I use a Cisco ATA 186 with Asterisk. It works fine, except after a few days or weeks, it starts adding the @ sign in front of any number dialed, the only way to stop that is to reboot the device. I tried filtering out the @ in Asterisk, but then the Cisco ATA starts adding multiple @. (So when I dialed 201, the number sent to the Asterisk became @@@@201.) Very strange. I am running the latest SIP firmware 3.2.1.
Hello,FYI, we have posted on our website configuration instructions for integration of the CIsco Unified Border Element (CUBE) with TransNexus ClearIP software.We also have provided a high-level integration overview on our website to explain how the integ...
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