I also had a hard time. The notes in the guide are a bit vague.
This is how i solved it:
This is my batch file:
@Echo off C: cd "C:\UCON\CISCO\Desktop\bin\" FOR %%c in (C:\UCON\Cisco\Desktop_audio\*.To.Raw) DO raw2wav.exe "%%~nc%%~xc" C:\UCON\Cisco\Desktop_audio\
I copied the folder Dektop from C:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco\Desktop into C:\UCON\Cisco. and that become my install Path below.
c:\ cd <install path>\cisco\desktop\bin for %%c in (<source file path>\*.raw) do raw2wav "%%~nc%%~xc" <source file path> Where <install path> is the CAD installation path and <source file path> is the path to the Desktop_audio folder
The last entry in the bath file is mising from the CAD troubleshooting guide. That is: <source file path> was missing and it is very important hence the errors:
The From raw file don't exist.
The To raw file is empty.
Reached EOF in From raw file.
Reached EOF in To raw file.
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The issue has been resolved.
param uid-len 3
param pin-len 3
in this example the Account and PIN are three digits long). This forces a user id and pid length
aaa authentication login h323 local
aaa authorization exec h323 local
aaa authorization network h323 local
username 201 password 123
username 201 autocommand exit
username 202 password 321
username 202 autocommand exit
** The "autocommand" option for the username, immediately logs out the user from the CME if these credentials are used for Telnet or SSH. The idea is to prevent a DOS attack on the unit if a malicious source were to monopolize the terminal (VTY) sessions. Please notice that if you have EZVPN server set up, these usernames could be used to access the system, in which case implementeting the FAC configuration at all is emphatically discouraged. Alternatively, you could use an access class to prevent the FAC users from connecting to the CME via telnet or SSH.
Then create dial-peers and translation pattern as required (example below)
! voice translation-rule 1 rule 1 /^9\(.*\)/ /\1/ !
voice translation-profile ild translate called 1 !
dial-peer voice 5 pots corlist outgoing fac-int description ****INTL Dialing**** preference 5 destination-pattern 900T port 0/0/0:15 forward digits all
dial-peer voice 50 voip corlist incoming fac-int corlist outgoing fac-int description ****INTL Dialing**** service clid_authen_collect destination-pattern 900T session target ipv4:x.x.x.x (CME IP Address) incoming called-number 900T dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric codec g711ulaw no vad
Now, the above configuration enforces FAC usage for any caller trying to dial an international number. In order to partition the dialplan, so some callers can go through without having to enter an username and password, while others are still required to enter the credentials, more Class of Restriction Lists need to be configured.
Assuming the following:
- Extension 201 (ephone-dn 1) is a VIP caller and wants to dial without having to authenticate.
- Extension 202 (ephone-dn 2) is a regular caller and he has to go through the validation.
dial-peer cor custom
dial-peer cor list call-international-fac
dial-peer cor list user-international-fac
member internal member local member domestic member international-fac ! dial-peer voice 50 voip corlist incoming call-international-fac - these lines have already been added in the dial peer above corlist outgoing call-international-fac - these lines have already been added in the dial peer above ! ephone-dn 1 corlist incoming user-international ! ephone-dn 2 corlist incoming user-international-fac !
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