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mhess
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Feature Access Code with trailing "*" is truncated

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My switch has several Feature Access Codes that use a star at the end of the code (like *54* = Calling Line ID Delivery Blocking Interrogation).  When attempting to dial this access code from my Adtran TA900, it's truncating the last star character.  Is there a way to allow Adtran pass this?

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david
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Re: Feature Access Code with trailing "*" is truncated

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Mhess,

Thanks for posting!  In our default configuration, * and # are considered "number complete" characters and are removed from the dial string as you observed.  Starting with A4.09.00 firmware, we added a feature to modify this behavior.  Below are the two relevant commands.


(config)# voice number-complete disable star 


(config)# voice number-complete disable pound


In your case, you would likely just need to enable the first command.  The "no" version of those commands would re-enable the number complete behavior.

Thanks!

David

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david
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Re: Feature Access Code with trailing "*" is truncated

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Mhess,

Thanks for posting!  In our default configuration, * and # are considered "number complete" characters and are removed from the dial string as you observed.  Starting with A4.09.00 firmware, we added a feature to modify this behavior.  Below are the two relevant commands.


(config)# voice number-complete disable star 


(config)# voice number-complete disable pound


In your case, you would likely just need to enable the first command.  The "no" version of those commands would re-enable the number complete behavior.

Thanks!

David

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Re: Feature Access Code with trailing "*" is truncated

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Mhess,

I went ahead and flagged the "Correct Answer" on this post to make it more visible and help other members of the community find solutions more easily. If you don't feel like the answer I marked was correct, feel free to come back to this post and unmark it and select another in its place with the applicable buttons.  If you still need assistance, we would be more than happy to continue working with you on this - just let us know in a reply.


Thanks!

David