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Cisco IP Phone 6900 series XML execute dial problem

I am dialing numbers via IP phone URL http://<phone_ip>/CGI/Execute. XML POST request to dial number I use:

<CiscoIPPhoneExecute>

  <ExecuteItem URL="Dial:1234"/>

</CiscoIPPhoneExecute>

Phone response to this request is:

<CiscoIPPhoneResponse>

  <ResponseItem URL="Dial:1234" Data="Success" Status="0"/>

</CiscoIPPhoneResponse>

However telephone display only first digit and refuses to dial requested number. Tested on CP-6921 and CP-6945 phones with SIP load version 9.3.1.5 and 9-4-1-3. I also tried to add Priority="1" to ExecuteItem tag without success (even with priority 0 or 2). Finally I checked and then simplified dialplan just to:

<DIALTEMPLATE>

  <TEMPLATE MATCH="...." Timeout="2"/>

</DIALTEMPLATE>

without any luck... dialplan seems to be OK as number dial by hand works well. Nothing interesting in phone log.

In case I execute same request as above on 7945 phone it is executed as expected and phone dials number 1234 correctly.


Only workaround I found for 6900 phones is to use EditDial followed by "press" softkeys:

<CiscoIPPhoneExecute>

  <ExecuteItem URL="EditDial:1234"/>

  <ExecuteItem URL="Key:Soft4"/>

  <ExecuteItem URL="Key:Soft2"/>

</CiscoIPPhoneExecute>

Did anybody experienced same problem? Can somebody try to execute same request on 6900 series phone with SIP load to confirm its a BUG? Or am I just missing some additional parameter for tag or request header?

Cheers,

Jan

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