How to add individually prefix to called number

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May 24th, 2007


I have an issue with my CCM4.1 .I need to add individually prefixes to called number.

My scheme is:

ccm4(77xxx dial plan)<-->7204VXR<-->Meridian(72xxx dial plan)

On ccm I have gateway to 7204 and "route pattern to 72xxx dial plan".


1.Fist Number 77001 call to 72111,callmanger must add prefix 5 to 72111,and called number must look like 572111.

2.Second Number 77002 call to 72333,callmanger must add prefix 6 to 72333,and called number must look like 672333.

If I add "Called Party Transform Mask" or "Prefix Digits" in "route pattern" it works,but for all numbers in CCM.

And I need to add prefix individually to few numbers.

I try to do this with "translation pattern" but it didn't work.

How it can be done?


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Chris Deren Thu, 05/24/2007 - 05:43

You can either do it with splitting your Route Patterns individually, such as:

721XX --> transform 5721XX

723XX --> transform 6723XX

assuming the last 2 digits are wildcards.

Or you can use TP, but that would essencially be the same thing and introduce another step.



kavalsky_a Thu, 05/24/2007 - 21:33

I have not precisely described what I need.


1.Number 77555 call to various numbers 72001,72002,72003.And only for number 77555 I need add prefix 5,that numbers look like 572001,572002...

2.Number 77666 call to various numbers 72001,72010,72011.And only for number 77666 I need add prefix 6,that numbers look like 672001,672010...

Is it posible to make this?

Thanks for the answer.

Chris Deren Fri, 05/25/2007 - 11:03

I see, so bascially you want to prefix different prefix based on who is calling.

The only way to achive this would be to assign different CSS to each Phone (or DN) with access to different Paritions. For example:

phone A with DN 77555 uses CSS: CSS-A with access to Parition A-PT

There is a Route Pattern 72XXX in A-PT that prefixes 5.

phone B with DN 77666 uses CSS: CSS-B with access to Parition B-PT

There is a Route Pattern 72XXX in B-PT that prefixes 6.

Obviously with large number of devices this may be a lot of headache to configure. But I don't think there is any other way :-(

HTH, please rate all useful posts!



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