CME - Remove "9" from Phone Display for PSTN Calls

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Jul 6th, 2008

Hi,

I configured CME so that when someone dial 9, he will recieve an other tone and then he can dial pstn number. Is there any way that when user dial 9, he recieve the same other tone but 9 digit not display on phones screen just following digits display (pstn number).

Hoping for any solution

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Paolo Bevilacqua Sun, 07/06/2008 - 23:04

No, there is no way.

check that inb many contries is possible to call external number without 9. For example, if no PSTN number begins with 2, make the extensions begin with 2, and you can eliminate 9 altogether.

pcameron Mon, 07/07/2008 - 04:22

CME is a bit like a Swiss army knife, there are lots of unusual ways of doing things :-)

You can easily remove the leading 9 access code for outgoing calls. Use a config like this -

telephony-service

secondary-dialtone 9

translation-rule 1

Rule 0 ^90 0

Rule 1 ^91 1

Rule 2 ^92 2

Rule 3 ^93 3

Rule 4 ^94 4

Rule 5 ^95 5

Rule 6 ^96 6

Rule 7 ^97 7

Rule 8 ^98 8

Rule 9 ^99 9

!

!

dial-peer voice 100 pots

destination-patter 9T

translate outgoing-called 1

port 0/0/0

!

The called number with a leading 9 access code matches on the destination pattern under dial peer 100.

The translation rule then strips off the leading 9 for any string in the range 90 - 99 , and the call is sent out the voice port. The display will then read the actual called number without the access code.

You could also use a voice translation profile, but this config came from a working system so I know it is good !

Paolo Bevilacqua Mon, 07/07/2008 - 05:03

Paul,

he doesn't want to remove 9 from the called number.

He want to remove it from the display after it has been dialed.

To my knowledge, that is not possible.

Ayodeji Okanlawon Mon, 07/07/2008 - 07:06

paolo,

This actually works. I just simulated this in my lab now and the "9" is removed on the phone display on the 2nd ring...

Paolo Bevilacqua Mon, 07/07/2008 - 07:10

Are you using ISDN ? If so, that can be caused of the "connected number" IE.

Or does it works with FXO as well ?

Paolo Bevilacqua Mon, 07/07/2008 - 07:28

A voip DP using H.323 also support "display update" from the connected party.

You should try to reproduce with actual pots ports, let us know.

Ayodeji Okanlawon Mon, 07/07/2008 - 07:08

Hi,

This did work. I simulated this now and the "9" is removed after the 2nd ring...

Nice one!

Old post but i just stumbled upon this -

to remove this right away  - create an ephone-dn-template and i bind this to your ephone-dns

!

voice translation-rule 4

rule 1 /^90/ /0/

rule 2 /^91/ /1/

rule 3 /^92/ /2/

rule 4 /^93/ /3/

rule 5 /^94/ /4/

rule 6 /^95/ /5/

rule 7 /^96/ /6/

rule 8 /^97/ /7/

rule 9 /^98/ /8/

rule 10 /^99/ /9/

!

voice translation-profile REMOVE_9

translate called 4

!

ephone-dn-template  1

translation-profile incoming REMOVE_9

!

ephone-dn  1  octo-line

number 1234

ephone-dn-template 1

!

Now everytime you call from any of your CME phones, the leading 9 is stripped before it hits an outbound dial-peer.

Paolo Bevilacqua Tue, 05/14/2013 - 08:17

[email protected] wrote:

Old post but i just stumbled upon this -

to remove this right away  - create an ephone-dn-template and i bind this to your ephone-dns

!

voice translation-rule 4

rule 1 /^90/ /0/

rule 2 /^91/ /1/

rule 3 /^92/ /2/

rule 4 /^93/ /3/

rule 5 /^94/ /4/

rule 6 /^95/ /5/

rule 7 /^96/ /6/

rule 8 /^97/ /7/

rule 9 /^98/ /8/

rule 10 /^99/ /9/

!

voice translation-profile REMOVE_9

translate called 4

!

ephone-dn-template  1

translation-profile incoming REMOVE_9

!

ephone-dn  1  octo-line

number 1234

ephone-dn-template 1

!

Now everytime you call from any of your CME phones, the leading 9 is stripped before it hits an outbound dial-peer.

Beside the fact that the rule above can be written with a single line, not 10,, there is the point of stripping the leading digi at ephone-dn level, because dial-peer peer can do the same as weel.

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