IVR - DNIS condition always sending calls down failure branch

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IVR - DNIS condition always sending calls down failure branch

Article ID: 51952 - Last Review: May 21, 2013


A DNIS condition is being used to determine the route of calls.  Calls are consistently routing down the failure branch, despite calls coming on matching DNIS.


In the Port log you see the record containing the DNIS information received after the port has already finished processing the failure branch and routing.


This behavior can be caused by a very efficient callflow and a very powerful server.  In this case it appeared to be processing the callflow faster than it could receive the records from the PBX. 


In the callflow, add a 1 second delay activity between the Answer activity and DNIS Condition


IVR 6.0 and newer 

Keywords: DNIS condition failure branch callflow

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Last Modified:Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Last Modified By: amontpetit
Type: FIX
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