MGCP incoming call number manipulation

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Oct 14th, 2007
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Hi All,


Does anybody know how to do MGCP incoming call number manipulation? for example, the incoming call number is 8971001, I need the call routed to extention 1001.


Because MGCP don't have the option to select the significant digit (e.g. 4 digits) in callmanager, how can I do this?


Thank you!


Best Regards,

Teru Lei

Correct Answer by nomiel about 9 years 9 months ago

Hi.

You can configure Translation pattern. If you use Calling search space in mgcp-gateway configuration, then this translation pattern must be in partition, that is accessible to this gateway.

In translation pattern configuration page enter:

Translation Pattern - 897XXXX

Called Party Transform Mask - XXXX

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nomiel Mon, 10/15/2007 - 01:41
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Hi.

You can configure Translation pattern. If you use Calling search space in mgcp-gateway configuration, then this translation pattern must be in partition, that is accessible to this gateway.

In translation pattern configuration page enter:

Translation Pattern - 897XXXX

Called Party Transform Mask - XXXX

teru-lei Mon, 10/15/2007 - 23:34
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Thanks nomiel. But besides that, no other ways for MGCP? because for H323 gateway and trunk, there is incoming and outgoing digital manipulation, but just for MGCP, I can not find...

nomiel Mon, 10/15/2007 - 23:45
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As I know, there is only way to manipulate digits with mgcp is to use translation patterns. It's not so difficult and you can change manipulation rules without gateway reset.

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