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FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

(OP)
After attempting a few different setups and either answering a call on the phone and transferring it and also trying to have the voicemail transfer a call through to another number, it appears there is no audio passthrough between the incoming SIP trunk and the outgoing SIP trunk on the conference. The call routes and connects, but no audio passthrough. Is it possible or impossible? Also caller ID is sent from the BCM on the conference call made by the set, but no caller ID when the voicemail transfers the call? I did put a public OLI on the main voicemail DN.

Anyone got this working?

RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

What system are you using, and what kind of sets do you have?

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RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

(OP)
System is a Nortel/Avaya BCM. Sets don't matter 7316 or 1140's. Unless you meant what voip service? I did play around before with findme/followme working and presenting the incoming caller ID with audio, but that was using an analog trunk and then going out on a SIP trunk.

RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

I asked about the sets, because I noticed a peculiarity when I was experimenting with a BCM400 R3.7: VOIP calls from one kind of set to another (ie 7316->1140, Avaya 9611G-> i2050, etc) would have no audio unless you put the call on hold briefly and then picked it up again. I assumed that lack of documentation for the local SIP server abandonware I was using, and improper codec settings or provisioning were the issue, but never got it resolved.

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RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

I always wondering what OLI mean, i tought it was the former extention if you rename it.

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RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

"Originating Line Identification"

And I had same issue, same fix too.

OLI used on Sets to show your DID or any number you wish in the DID range when calling out, also is some cases must be programmed to allow the call to go out.

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RE: FORWARDING OR TRANSFERING SIP CALLS

Any luck on this one?

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