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Old 05-21-2014, 07:41 AM
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Default CS1000 and Polycom H323 trunk

All; we have a Polycom RMX 2000 and a Polycom CMA4000, along with a Nortel CS1000 PBX switch. We have set up a dial string on the PBX so that anyone dialling 850 followed by 4 digits can access an audio only meeting room on our RMX. The issue is that when we dial the 850xxxx from a desk phone it takes up to 45 seconds for the call to be answered.

I understand that the way to prevent this is to set up the PBX as a neighboured gatekeeper on the CMA, and use a H323 trunk, but does anyone has step by step instructions on how to set up the CS1000 end to register with the CMA?

I have checked other posts and they indicate that Nortel key codes are needed - and these we have - but its the actual mechanics of setting up the connection on the CS1000 PBX

All help appreciated

Paul
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