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No DTMF over Voicenetwork

No DTMF over Voicenetwork

No DTMF over Voicenetwork

(OP)
We have a customer with 2 IP office connected with Voice networks, if Site A uses Site B's lines DTFM does not work, but if Site B dials out on its own lines it works? any suggestions?

RE: No DTMF over Voicenetwork

SIP trunk?
SIP ALG ?
sounds odd but I had that just recently.

Joe
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RE: No DTMF over Voicenetwork

(OP)
The end points at Site B are SIP trunks

RE: No DTMF over Voicenetwork

Sounds like Site A is not sending the correct digits to site B.
You should be able to see the digits sent from site A and the digits received at site B.
Turn on monitor for each site and make a test call. Pause the traces to see what is sent and what is received.

RE: No DTMF over Voicenetwork

Might be a silly question but are you adding in the dial code for site B in the ARS to site A?

Site B sc 9N/N/ARS
ARS N/9N line group to A

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