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I have a CUCM 9.x cluster with an E.164+ dial plan for internal extensions, route patterns etc.
I have an ISDN gateway (2911 ISR with IOS 15.3(3)M1) which connects to the PSTN.
The ISDN provider cannot accept E.164+ format destination numbers so I need to manipulate the called digits before sending them to the PSTN switch.
I can obviously do this using CUCM Called Party Translation Patterns but I am wondering whether it is possible to do the translation on the gateway instead?
The rule I have tried to use is shown below (United Kingdom Country Code).
rule 1 /^+44\(.*\)/ /0\1/
What I want it to do is strip +44 of the start of the number and replace it with 0
e.g. +441234444666 would become 01234444666
The rule I have tried fails because the + symbol is identified as a wildcard rather than as part of the number string I want to match.
Is there any way around this?
This is regular expression, have you tried putting (.) dot first then + followed by your number
let me try at lab
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