I have tried to prepend 700 onto a route pattern using calling party transformation.
the call is routed to the gateway and i have debug q931 running there so I can see exactly what is the CLID.
So, for example I have a station with DN line 7820 and want to call 87555. I would like the call to arrive at the gw with 70087555 as the CLID. I have tried transformation mask and prefix 700. No joy upto now.
My RL and RG are doing no translations or transformations or anything at all like that.
What's going on here - I cannot get the 700 prepended to the DN on this explicit (87555) route pattern?
ok i will try that. however, i have the options in RP screen for calling party transformation - so why doesn't it behave as expected?. At present my RG and RL are not doing any transformation for either called or calling part numbers. So there's nothing for them to override.
you see the problem is that when you apply it to RL it will impact all calls via that RL. I have created an explicit RP i.e. nnnnn and just want to tag 700 to the front of that. this requirement is part of a pilot test and so i'm not really wanting to put that at the RL level. but like i stated i will try it out anyhow and let you know.
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