I have a CME 4.3 instalation connected to 2 PRI's. I'm trying to find out some things about the outbound caller ID #, which my provider lets me manipulate.
1) Is there a way to manipulate the outbound caller ID # on a per-user basis? Such as, each users outbound caller ID is their DID
2) Is there a way to manipulate the outbound caller ID based on groups of users. Some kind of translation rules?
3) Possibly going hand-in-hand with #2, since I can set 1 outbound caller ID # per PRI interface, is there some way for me to force groups of users calls to go through PRI interface 1, and other groups of users to go through PRI interface 2? I don't want to have the groups of users have different PSTN access #'s. I'd like to keep one set of dial peers for everyone.
OOPS. Stuff on ephone-dn's is backwards since we are viewing from the perspective of the router. An e-phone-dn is an incoming leg to the router (ccapi). Sale as corlists on the ephone-dn.
ephone-dn 1 dual-line
translation-profile INCOMING CompanyA
Assign profiles to the other ephone-dn's accordingly.
You will need both your PRIs as what I called wide-open--carrier listens to ANI you send. Then it doesn't matter who makes a call on what PRI.
So two-rules in the voice translation-rule 123
voice translation-rule 123
rule 1 /\(^33..\)/ /407AAA3300\1/
rule 2 /\(^64..\)/ /407BBB6400\1/
So Company A is 407aaa3300 as main number you want people to call back as. Similar for company B.
I'm checking on your last paragraph. (I keep saying that. lol)