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IP6000 IP Dialling

John_abdn
Occasional Visitor

IP6000 IP Dialling

Hi,

 Does anyone know if it is possible to set IP dialling on an IP6000? IE send any/all digits dialled to the PBX after a delay rather than set up a complex digitmap. I use Linksys sip adaptors to provide analog telephone connectivity on our Mitel 3300 PBXs and rather than create complex digitmapping I enable IP dialling and a 3 second inter digit delay, so anything dialled be it 4 or 5 digit extn number 7 digit inter PBX extn, 9 followed by 6, 11, 12 or more digits and feature access codes are sent after a 3 second delay. The PBX extn configuration already handles the call barring and routing of all these digit strings. Alternatively it may be possible to create a simple wild card/ cover all digitmap?

Thank you,

John.

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SteffenBaierUK
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: IP6000 IP Dialing

Hello  John,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

I would suggest to check the Digitmap FAQ post => here <=

 

The Digitmap , if set, is only applied when Off Hook. Completely removing it or setting it to a simple x. and *. and #. should cover all bases. 

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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