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CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

HI,

it's possible to configure CCME ver 8.0 for that internals call to "Standard" (000) and the external call to International (0 00 XX...) work on same time??

Thank's for your help

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Re: CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

NO, simply you can't.

The best practice is to press '9' before pressing any local/national/international PSTN number. You can use '000' as one of your DN, but you can't dial-out with any number starts with '000' and vice versa. CME creates dial-peers (which you can't see on running config) each time after creating each ephone-dn, so a dial-peer with 'destination-pattern 000' already exists on your CME, when you want to compare it with 'destination-pattern 0T' who should win?

HTH.

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Re: CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

Sorry, what do you mean! Can you clear the question with exact numbering plans and what feature exactly you need?

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Re: CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

I'll try to explain a little more.

my internal phone numbers are 000 to 499.
the DN 000 is used by a phone
the user must join an international phone number dialed out 0 for 00 and then the country code (eg 33 for France).
The call is redirected to the home and can not leave because the first 3 digits to be dialed is 000.

ALL other call (national and internal CUCME) it's ok..

Is there a possibility of saying run this way change the dial plan?

a part of the configuration:

!
dial-peer voice 1 pots
description External calls through PSTN
translation-profile outgoing PSTN-Outgoing
destination-pattern 0T
direct-inward-dial
port 0/0/0:15
forward-digits all
!
telephony-service
max-ephones 58
max-dn 60
ip source-address 192.168.60.5 port 2000
timeouts interdigit 4
timeouts busy 5
timeouts ringing 60
url services http://192.168.60.5/voiceview/common/login.do
url authentication http://192.168.60.5/voiceview/authentication/authenticate.do
cnf-file perphone
user-locale 1 FR
user-locale 2 DE
load 7941 term41.default.loads
load 7942 term42.default.loads
load ata ATA030203SCCP051201A
load 6941 SCCP69xx.8-5-3-0.loads
time-zone 23
time-format 24
date-format dd-mm-yy
max-conferences 8 gain -6
  dn-webedit
transfer-system full-consult
secondary-dialtone 0
create cnf-files version-stamp Jan 01 2002 00:00:00
!
ephone-dn  1  dual-line
number 000
label 000
!
ephone  1
mac-address 2893.FEA2.2C8F
type 7941
button  1:1
!

thank's for your help

Re: CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

NO, simply you can't.

The best practice is to press '9' before pressing any local/national/international PSTN number. You can use '000' as one of your DN, but you can't dial-out with any number starts with '000' and vice versa. CME creates dial-peers (which you can't see on running config) each time after creating each ephone-dn, so a dial-peer with 'destination-pattern 000' already exists on your CME, when you want to compare it with 'destination-pattern 0T' who should win?

HTH.

Please rate helpful posts!

New Member

Re: CUCME 8.0 digit manipulation

that's what I thought. thank you for respons.

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