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RFC 5552 support

Discussion in 'Windows' started by gdt, Nov 21, 2011.

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  1. gdt

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    I'm trying to track down a SIP phone that supports RFC 5552 - AFAICT 3CX does, except it limits the length of the number you can dial. Taking the example from the RFC @ http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5552 you can get a number like

    sip:dialog@mediaserver.example.com;voicexml=http://appserver.example.com/promptcollect.vxml;maxage=3600;maxstale=0

    Unfortunately, 3CX (on the Windows version, at least) won't allow you to enter a number over about 40-50 chars long, whilst RFC5552 can allow for much longer "numbers".

    So, is there any way to enter a longer number in 3CX?

    Thanks,

    Greg
     
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