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Cisco Bug: CSCte98654 - SRND: CFA CSS from GUI when CFA policy set to activating device/line CSS

Last Modified

Feb 22, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco Collaboration Systems Release

Known Affected Releases

7.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
When Call Forward Policy set to Activating Device/Line CSS, if Admin through GUI selects forwarding CSS as 'None', that should take effect just as it does when CFA is enabled through phone.

7.x SRND states the following:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/7x/dialplan.html

Call-Forward Calling Search Spaces 

The system allows you to decide how call-forward calling search spaces take
effect. There are three possible options, as selected by the Calling Search
Space Activation policy: 

Use System Default 

If you configure the Calling Search Space Activation Policy to Use System
Default, then the CFA CSS Activation Policy cluster-wide service parameter
determines which Forward All Calling Search Space will be used. If the CFA
CSS Activation Policy service parameter gets set to With Configured CSS,
then Forward All Calling Search Space and Secondary Calling Search Space for
Forward All will be used for Call Forwarding. If CFA CSS Activation Policy
service parameter gets set to With Activating Device/Line CSS, then Forward
All Calling Search Space and Secondary Calling Search Space for Forward All
will be populated automatically with the Directory Number Calling Search
Space and Device Calling Search Space for the activating device. 

CSCtd23479 addresses this issue and is marked as an enhancement defect to be addressed in 8.0.  Need the SRND to comply with the same.



Conditions:
When Call Forward Policy set to Activating Device/Line CSS, if Admin through GUI selects forwarding CSS as 'None', that should take effect just as it does when CFA is enabled through phone
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