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Your call could not be completed because the call was routed through an intermediate network that does not service the far site. contact your network administrator for assistance

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Mostly generated due to a firewall configuration issue.
The problem is to identify which firewall needs adjusting; the one at your site or the one at the other site (be persistent, the other site usually claims that their configuration is correct *wink*).
A good list of needed ports for videoconferencing can be found here:
http://www.c21video.com/firewall.html

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Dial area code first then try to call some one.

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