Rerouting CSS with variable length translation patterns
I'm trying to configure DISA service on UCCX 8.5 with UCM 8.6 and faced a problem with translation patterns containing variable length wildcards (? or !).
I created the following CSSes and partitions
DNs 1000 and 1001 are in INTERNAL partition, phone with DN 1000 has X-SP CSS. There are two translation patterns with X-SP partition. First is 9.[6-9]XXXXXXXX with PreDot DDI and +34 prefix, second is 900.[1-9]XXXXXXX! with PreDot DDI and + prefix, both setting C-SP CSS. UCCX trigger has X-SP CSS and calling address CSS for redirect. Call control group has X-SP DN CSS and redirect CSS set to calling party.
Direct calls from 1000 works fine to any valid numbers. UCCX application also successfully redirects calls if I dial 1001 or 9654000000 but falls to Unsuccessfull branch of Call Redirect step if I dial 900654000000. If I replace 900.[1-9]XXXXXXX! to 900.[1-9]XXXXXXXXXX it works fine.
Is this a bug? Are any ideas how to redirect calls to variable length route patterns?
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