Call Routing CME

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Mar 24th, 2007

I have four seperate analog lines coming into the router to a 4FXO card, in addition I have a VWIC2-1MFT-g703 card and a EVM-HDA-8FXS card installed, the four analog lines have there own numbers assigned, the E1 has a ddi range coming in with some additonal numbers overlayed, I want the analog extensions to go out the FXO ports to the PSTN and the IP phones to go out the E1.


I know I could create two different dial-peers with different prefixes going out different ports, The analog phones would dial say an 8 to get out and the ip phones a 9 and the call would be picked up by the relevant dial peer and routed out the correct port.


Unfortunately the client only wants to dial a 9 to get out.


How could I achieve this ?


Could this be done with cor lists ?


Thanks in advance


Correct Answer by Paolo Bevilacqua about 9 years 11 months ago

No cor list.

The "trick" is that you will insert a prefix (like 91, 92, etc) that will route the call to different ports depending on the phone that is calling out.


For ephones, the translation-profile is set at ephone level, for analog ports, ad dial-peer level with the answer-address command.

In both cases, it's the outgoing dial-peer pots that removes the prefix with a another translation-profile and rule.


The following document has all the details:

http://cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_configuration_example09186a00801bc341.shtml


Hope this helps, please rate all useful posts!




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Paolo Bevilacqua Sat, 03/24/2007 - 04:29

No cor list.

The "trick" is that you will insert a prefix (like 91, 92, etc) that will route the call to different ports depending on the phone that is calling out.


For ephones, the translation-profile is set at ephone level, for analog ports, ad dial-peer level with the answer-address command.

In both cases, it's the outgoing dial-peer pots that removes the prefix with a another translation-profile and rule.


The following document has all the details:

http://cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_configuration_example09186a00801bc341.shtml


Hope this helps, please rate all useful posts!




mark_gardner Sat, 03/24/2007 - 11:35

Good link paolo, I think this is what im after. Thanks will update when I try it out.


Thanks

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