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?
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.
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