I have a situation where a SIP trunk from a third party application provisioned with a CSS that only allowed internal calling needed to be expanded to allow it to reach one external PSTN destination.
The desired solution was to create a translation pattern/DN that was in a partition that the SIP trunk's CSS could reach but was configured with a CSS that allowed it to reach the desired external PSTN destination.
A direct call to that number from a phone demonstrate that it seemed to work; seeming to prove that the CSS is fine.
Use of the the third party application calling the translation pattern DN did not work.
I would see the call get to the IOS/H.323 gateway and route to the correct PRI and then fail with a 0x81FF Internetworking/Unknown error returned from the carrier (AT&T) when debugging isdn q931.
Removing the translation pattern and applying the same DN to a phone and configuring with an identical CSS (to that of the translation pattern) with a CFA to the same external PSTN number and performing the same two tests above resulted in success. The gateway did not report any internetworking error.
I found that if I applied a voice translation-rule that conformed the outgoing redirect number to strip the 9 (access code) and 1 (LD) and pass the remaining number would allow the translation pattern to work successfully.
Both the translation-pattern and the phone/line forward seem to have a redirect of 91NPANXXXXXX unknown/unknown; but the PSTN carrier seems to reject this when a translation pattern is used unless the redirect number is conformed.
So finally to the question.
Why does the translation pattern behave differently than a line applied to a phone or CTI RP that has it's CFA set when the CSSs are identical?
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