my NM-HDV2 module has E1 service, it's MGCP gateways controlled by CM 4.0. Debug idsn q931 shows that external incoming calls have called number of 924003xx, and the significant digit in CM is set to 4, and I have translation pattern to translate 03xx to 13xx which is extension number range. this works all fine. But from my understanding, if i change the significant digit to other nmbers, i just need to have the right translation pattern to match it, but it doesn't work - I changed significant digit to 8 and have translation pattern as 924003xx -> 03xx, when i delete the old 03xx pattern, calls are not getting in. I have now set siginificant digti to 8 and just having 03xx translation pattern, it still works fine. I thought siginficant digit controls what is collected from gateway, so what i am doing wrong? thanks a lot.
just to add some more info, now, I set the significant digit to 8, and I still just keep the old 03XX->13XX pattern, and I don't have any translation patter with 8 digits, call still getting throught properly?!?! so where is it tranlated?
thanks for your reply, I am sure I did reset the gateway. but it didn't make any difference, no matter i set the significant digit to 8 or 4 or 3, as long as the 03xx->13xx pattern is there, call will get through.
the gateway is a 3725 with E1 modules.
the debug isdn q931 shows the incoming called number is 924003xx, so i think this is what CM will receive.
I haven't tried tracing yet, I will and see if i can see anything.
thanks for your advice, it was exactly what you suggested, after changing sigificant digit in CM, i only clicked reset gateway button, looks like it doesn't work. then I did no mgcp and then mgcp on gateway, the change actually took effect.
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