Add a 0 (Zero) to Incoming CLI

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Sep 17th, 2010
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Hi Guys

I've searched the net and tried various things but I cannot seem to get this to work on our UC520.

I basically just need to add a 0 to incoming CLI so that I can match them against numbers in the directory and also to enable re-dialing.

I've tried adding a rule like rule 1 /^.*/ /0\0/ to the translation profile attached to my incoming DDI but its not working so I guess Im adding it in the wrong place. To make things aukward I set the system up using CCA so theres probably a lot of cruft in the config.

I've attached my config file with passwords removed if someone wouldnt mind having a look.

I'm a beginner to this so go easy on me

Thanks in advance.

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Steven Holl Mon, 09/20/2010 - 08:29
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You're profile and rule look fine.

Do you have translate_calling applied to your inbound POTS dial-peer?

Use 'debug voip ccapi inout' to see what inbound dial-peer is matched, and apply 'translation-profile in translate_calling' to that peer.  If you already have a translation profile inbound applied to the inbound peer which you find you are matching, then just add ' translate calling 75' to whatever profile is already there.


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