voice translation-rule 27 !--- Matches anything that starts with a 7 and replaces the 7 with 27.
rule 1 /^7/ /27/ ! voice translation-rule 37 !--- Matches anything that starts with a 7 and replaces the 7 with 37.
rule 1 /^7/ /37/ ! voice translation-profile FXS27 !--- Invokes voice translation profile “FXS27” in order to translate the called number.
translate called 27 ! voice translation-profile FXS37 !--- Invokes voice translation profile “FXS37” in order to translate the called number.
translate called 37 ! dial-peer voice 270 voip !--- Matches the called number of 27 which is !--- translated from port 2/0. You can use a translation !--- profile in order to change the number back to 7 here if needed.
destination-pattern 27 session target ipv4:10.1.1.2 ! dial-peer voice 370 voip !--- Matches the called number of 37 which is translated !--- from port 2/1. You can use a translation profile in order to !--- change the number back to 7 here if needed.
destination-pattern 37 session target ipv4:10.1.1.3 ! dial-peer voice 27 pots translation-profile incoming FXS27 !--- Matches calls from port 2/0, and invokes voice translation !--- profile FXS27 in order to change numbers that start with a 7 to begin with 27.
port 2/0 ! dial-peer voice 37 pots translation-profile incoming FXS37 !--- Matches calls from port 2/1, and invokes voice translation !--- profile FXS37 in order to change numbers that start with a 7 to begin with 37.
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