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Hipath 4000 cpid and inband dtmf problems... Help?

Hipath 4000 cpid and inband dtmf problems... Help?

Hipath 4000 cpid and inband dtmf problems... Help?

In the past I have been able to setup EVMS (analog voice-mail ports) on older siemens switches like the Hicom 300. I would start by configuring a group of EVMS stations with inband dtmf enabled. These stations would then be added to a hunt group with a pilot #. I would then dial from one digital phone (phone A) to another digital phone (phone B) and have the call forwarded to the pilot # of the hunt-group containing the EVMS stations with inband DTMF enabled. When the EVMS STATION with inband dtmf enabled is picked up I would hear tones (dtmf) containing the call party ID.

I have received conflicting information on the hipath 4000. One is that this switch does not support analog voice-mail ports. This may be true, but there has to be a way to receive this information on the hipath 4000. Can someone help me in solving this mystery?

RE: Hipath 4000 cpid and inband dtmf problems... Help?

Hi, which the version of HiPath 4000?



RE: Hipath 4000 cpid and inband dtmf problems... Help?

The 4000 has something similar. It can pass inband DTMF in T1-OPS and analog for external devices such as Voicemail, IVR, Fax Server, etc.

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