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CUCM type of calls

Hello, can someone explain me what´s the meaning of this strings:

OutsideDialtone= [0]

OutsideDialtone= [1]

OutsideDialtone= [2]

Trying to know what indicates each one of them (intrasite call, intersite call, etc.)

 

Regards,

Juan Carlos Arias

 

 

 

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Re: CUCM type of calls

This looks like a line from a trace. OutsideDialtone= [0] would indicate "Provide Outside Dial Tone" unchecked on the route pattern. OutsideDialtone= [1] would indicate "Provide Outside Dial Tone" checked on the route pattern. No relation to intersite/intrasite calls except for the fact that intrasite calls (simple extension dialing) would generally not produce dial tone (OutsideDialtone= [0]).

 

Brandon

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Re: CUCM type of calls

+5 for @Brandon Buffin answer. Just to add-on, there is nothing like OutsideDialtone= [2]. Only OutsideDialtone= [0] and OutsideDialtone= [1]

 

 

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Thanks, Vaijanath S.
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Re: CUCM type of calls

Hello, I´m not able to recreate the trace, I´m just trying to understand this trace:

 

04/24/2019 11:45:32.096 CCM|Digit analysis: wait_DmPidRes- Partition=[] Pattern=[801XXXX]
Where=[], cmDeviceType=[AccessDevice], OutsideDialtone =[1], DeviceOverride=[0],
PID=RouteListControl(1,100,61,2)

 

Regards,

Juan Carlos Arias

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Re: CUCM type of calls

This logs means that you have a route pattern 801XXXX in partition"None" with "Provide Outside Dial Tone" enabled and someone is trying to use this route pattern to reach 801XXX numbers. 

 

 

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