My company has enabled International Calling on my desk phone. The model is VVX 301
Now i have tried calling a number in cuba for one of our employees because they need to verify her education but the call won't connect.
Our IT guy called russia to a family member and it connected easily. I have tried countless times and with different numbers that i know work and they won't connect.
what i do is:
9 to get out 011 for international calls in the USA 53 for Country Code in this case Cuba and then the number
later i found out that cuba has codes for their provinces as well. so the province i'm calling the number would be 24
so this is what i dial
90115324XXXXXXXX (the X's are for the phone number) i try it without the 24 and is still won't work. IT says is not somethin they can fix and i was wondering if maybe is the phone and that maybe it was different ways of dialing to other countries.
Just asking for help really. or it could just be Cuba.
but i can make calls on my personal cell phone so i'm not really sure what the problem is.
hopefully someone can help.
What does your Call Server administrator say? Have they looked at the log files? Could be there is an 'allowed/restricted country code' table coming into play. Also, your long distance carrier may have restrictions in place. Someone needs to look at where the call is getting blocked.
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The calling facility is not part of what the phone provides. Your SIP server or Gateway does this and as Joe already stated you should get your network team to look at this.
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