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Old 01-25-2010   #1
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Default uri dialing from polycom

how do I uri dial with a polycom codec? with a tandberg its alias@bordercontroller but i know its different with a polycom. any help?

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how do I uri dial with a polycom codec? with a tandberg its alias@bordercontroller but i know its different with a polycom. any help?

thanks!
The later model Polycoms support URI dialling, where one of the options is as you described, however, Polycom also support a proprietary format which I believe is the IP address#alias,
i.e. 12.34.56.78#1234

As for URI dialling in general, you would mainly use
E164 Alias@BC-IP-address if you did not have the appropriate SRV records in place, which will identify your BC as the device handling H323 traffic, you need one for port 1719 and one for 1720, and one for SIP if applicable.

Doing that way gives you the ability to dial E164 Alias@domain,
which, imo, is more elegant - and it makes it a bit simpler, and easier for people to remember when told to dial [email protected] rather than [email protected]

You could also use the H323 ID instead of the E164 Alias,
i.e. [email protected]

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Thowever, Polycom also support a proprietary format which I believe is the IP address#alias,
i.e. 12.34.56.78#1234
i think the correct format is 12.34.56.78##1234
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Thowever, Polycom also support a proprietary format which I believe is the IP address#alias,
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i think the correct format is 12.34.56.78##1234
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i think the correct format is 12.34.56.78##1234
It is ##

Very intuitive huh!?!
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It is ##

Very intuitive huh!?!
There are various delimiters - depends what you are dialling i.e. to dial an E164@ a gatekeeper, or dial a service on a bridge etc etc
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It is ##

Very intuitive huh!?!
...and very much a Polycom proprietary format.
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...and very much a Polycom proprietary format.
I don't think its PLCM proprietary is it? its the standard format for dialling through a gateway - same as dialled into Codian products
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And LifeSize, and RadVision, .... :^)
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I don't think its PLCM proprietary is it? its the standard format for dialling through a gateway - same as dialled into Codian products
They do have a similar format, but I'm pretty sure it was only one #, for URI dialling, and that was a "Polycom thing".

I remember I did a VC with the Polycom office in Sydney, and the address was ip-address#123456, which did not work when using a TANDBERG end-point, changing it to 123456@ip-address - worked. </shrug>

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