calling number digit manipulation in SRST mode

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Jul 18th, 2008
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Hi,


Guys...


I am trying to manipulate my users extension in srst to show full e.164 numbers.


I have created voice xlation rule as follows:


voice translation-rule 2

rule 2 /^2\(...\)/ /4164472\1/


voice translation-profile srstclid

translate calling 2


dial-peer voice 5000 pots

translation-profile outgoing srstclid


But its not working. When I dial a pstn number it shows only the 4 digit extension not the full e.164 number


any ideas



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Aaron Harrison Sat, 07/19/2008 - 09:55
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Hi


You can do this to verify your translation-rule:


test voice translation-rule 2 2345


It will verify the translation works as expected.


Next thing to do is verify that you are sending the expected digits out to PSTN (assuming ISDN here):


debug isdn q931


If you don't see the correct 'calling number' it may be that you are using a different dial-peer - do a 'debug voip dial-peer default' to verify this.


Regards


Aaron

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