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Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

Currently we have a calling plan that has the XXXXXXX for local calling and

[2-9]XXXXXXXXX for metro and 1[2-9]XXXXXXXXX for LD. Call are completing, but LD carrier says there are getting one number BTN (billing telephone #) for all DID's we are sending out, done as a calling mask per line/phone.

Since LEC said since they aren't recieving a BTN the are masking it on its PIC to LD carrier. Is there a way for me to control the BTN and the ANI (calling mask)?

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Re: Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

Anyone have an idea how to change the calling plan info that CCM sends out the D channel of a PRI via Q931?

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Re: Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

You set it on the gateway page in ccm. These settings are static unless you use the 9.@ dial plan then if you set the type to callmanager then it tries to figure out what call type but with the dial plan you are using you have to hard code what you want if you set callmanager it just defaults to unknown

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Re: Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

Is there a systematic approach to determine what plans with work with what route patterns I have?

I ask, because I changed the 'Called Numbering Plan' to national standard and reset gateway while debugging 931 and saw the the plan changed but the call didn't go through. The other issue is that its tough to test the circuit with the usage thats on it.

A flowchart of how this works would be great, or knowing that I may have to have LEC change some options if I change mine.

PS, I do have a couple partitions that do use 9. dialing.

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Re: Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

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Re: Can Cisco Callmanager control Dchannel on MGCP ISDN gateway?

Here is the way I normally configure a PRI with no problems butI never use the @ in my dial plans I consider it evil. Anyway I think it would be nice if Cisco let you chang these settings in the route pattern but they do not.

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