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How to strip “Remove” the + from all outgoing SIP communication from an OCS Mediation server ?

Posted by Mino on October 13, 2008

It might be useful in a Cisco direct SIP environment to automatically strip the + from all outgoing SIP communication from an OCS Mediation server.

To do this, create a text (XML) file called MediationServerSvc.exe.config and place it in the location of the MediationServerSvc.exe file. It should be in the ‘C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007\Mediation Server’ directory. The contents of this file should be:

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″ ?>
<configuration>
<appSettings>
<add key=”RemovePlusFromRequestURI” value=”Yes”/>
</appSettings>
</configuration>

Now, you are free to normalize to E.164 without having to worry about your Cisco devices getting confused!

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2 Responses to “How to strip “Remove” the + from all outgoing SIP communication from an OCS Mediation server ?”

  1. Asjad said

    Hi,

    I’m integrating UC500 with lync server 2000, I’ve achieved to make UC500 users to call lync users and vice versa. But lync users are not able to dial pstn or external numbers through UC500. When I debug UC500 on dialling from lync I can see the incoming call exactly as it should be, its also hitting the correct dial-peer but the call drops and does not go through.

    Can you help me on this please?

    Regards

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