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Translation pattern for converting a DID number to a local number

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May 20th, 2009
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Sample illustration:

DID number = 89236759

site + ext no = 370 759

We are using prefix 9 for outside calls. If someone dials 9 89236759, we still want it to go thru PSTN. But if someone dials 89236759 (without outside call prefix 9), is there a way for CCM to recognize this as internal call and convert it automatically as 370 759?

Thanks in advance for the help!

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sivakarthiks Wed, 05/20/2009 - 23:05
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We can do this,let me know how many digits you used for internal extension .

for doing this you need to know how many digits that service provider sending to you, you can check this on the gateway using debug q931 and according to that create translation pattern on the CCM.


if you receiving 236759, configure translation pattern like this.

Translation Pattern :236759

called party transform mask:370 759

Route Option : route this pattern

and configure related CSS and PT.

ladycroft Wed, 05/20/2009 - 23:26
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Hi, thanks for your prompt reply. pls refer to below numbering structure with sample info:

DID number = 89236759 (8 digits)

site code = 370 (3 digits)

ext number = 759 (3 digits)

The last 3 digits may change depending on the extension number called. Instead of translation pattern, can i just use a route pattern? or should i create both a translation pattern and a route pattern for this to work?


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