Dial-rule question

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Mar 6th, 2008

Again the CME 4.1 system. We use some Nokia phones in conjunction with this system. Our nokia users in the netherlands program their phone numbers as following:

0031612345678

Or

0031201234567

What is the best way to create an outgoing dial rule for this so that when somebody puts this in the outcome would be:

0612345678

Or:

0201234567

Thanks in advance.

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Correct Answer by okuehn about 8 years 8 months ago

sorry, i missed you are using CME

configure the following pots dial peer:

destination-pattern 003..........

prefix 0

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okuehn Thu, 03/06/2008 - 12:34

Hi Maarten,

configure the following rule:

0031.XXXXXXXXX

discard digits pre dot

prefix 0

the outcome for your example 0031612345678 would be 0612345678

so long, oliver

mamkreutz01 Thu, 03/06/2008 - 12:47

Hi there,

Thanks for you quick reply. I guess i will use a dial-peer voice pots for it. I can define the destination-pattern but i do not have the command discard digits. I can only use digit-strip but there i cannot put the pre dot command. I can use the prefix command. Any idea how to do this ?

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okuehn Thu, 03/06/2008 - 13:25

sorry, i missed you are using CME

configure the following pots dial peer:

destination-pattern 003..........

prefix 0

mamkreutz01 Thu, 03/06/2008 - 22:14

Thanks for the fast reply. How does the system now with this destination-pattern that 003 has to be stripped and that an zero has to be added ? Prefix 0 means the system puts an 0 extra to it ?

okuehn Thu, 03/06/2008 - 23:45

that's how dial-peer commands are working.

destination-pattern 003..........

deletes all digits explicitly matches, and the prefix command add 0

for further readings see http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/srnd/design/guide/gatewy.html

"Dial peer commands are useful if only small changes to the beginning or end of the dialed number are necessary, such as prefixing an area code, prefixing a CO designator (NXX) to an extension number, or forwarding only the last four digits of a longer number. The wildcard matching within the destination-pattern command automatically deletes the numbers explicitly matched."

hope this helps, if so please rate.

Oliver

mamkreutz01 Fri, 03/07/2008 - 01:37

Hi there oliver,

There is no need for an forward-digits command in this dial-peer ?

okuehn Fri, 03/07/2008 - 10:45

no, forward-digits is an optional command.

you might use it only if you want to strip digits based on fix length (beginning from right)

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