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It seems that no one is able to call forward their phones from either cluster (4.2 or 7.1), to a long distance number. Callforwading to a local number there are no issues.
When any external callers call into the system, they will either get the number is not connected message, fast busy signal, or another provider message, internal users can also get this problem.
The debugs of the routers show that the primary voice gateway is reporting issues but I am unable to resolve it
pak_private_number: Invalid type/plan 0x2 0x8 may be overriden; sw-type 13
I do not get this error when I dial any long distance calls…
I have tested by routing the long distance calls out other local and remote gateways where the number is still long distance, and the call is completed. The remote gateways do not use the same telco.
I have looked at mapping isdn address on the H.323 gateway to isdn map address 1604484XXXX(example) type national plan national and other types of plans, types and get the same result of failure.
I have looked at the route pattern on the 7 box and changed the Transformations from Call manager to ISDN, that did not help.
Could this be a Telco issue that is not allowing us to hairpin the call to the long distance? If so why internal calls get the same problem ?