Not sure what you mean by that, i'd recommend you to read this
The idea is that the call from extension 4085554000 should be switched to the phone number 5515551000, and this phone (5515551000) dial to phone number 1408555.
Whit translation the destination number will be changed (the number 1408555)?
I attached a new image more explanatory.
Like Paolo I'm a bit confused exactly what you want to accomplish but if you are asking:
The user at 4085554000 dials 1408555 and the call is sent to the PSTN number 5515551000 then you would use the following
dial-peer voice 111 pots
translation-profile out outpstn
voice translation-rule 1
rule 1 /1408555/ /5515551000/
voice translation-profile outpstn
translate called 1
Thanks for your answers.
I created a new diagram, where the requirement is as follows:
All calls from the Cisco Phone registered in the Cisco Call Manager Express to the telephone number 1408555 should be switched by the Cisco Call Manager Express to the PBX. And the PBX should call to the destination number 1408555.
This is possible?
I attached a picture.
On the CME, do you want that when calling to 4085554000, the number is changed to 5515551000 ?
If yes, do you want this for one particular phone only, or all the phones ?
The idea is that the router switch all calls that are destined to the number 1408555 to a PBX, which has the number 5515551000. And the PBX complete the call to the number 1408555.
The call are originated by the Cisco IP Phone registered in the CCME.
Cisco IP Phone call to 1408555 ---> The CCME processes the request --> The call is sent to the PBX (public PBX, E1 number 5515551000) ---> The PBX call to the destination number dialed by the Cisco phone, the number 1408555
But whit translation, the destination number will be changed.
The destination number will be changed from the original number 1408555 to 5515551000. The public PBX should receive the original destination number dialed for the Cisco IP Phone, which is 1408555.
(The telephone number of the PBX is 5515551000)
Correct, the pbx will receive 5515551000 since that is the actually called number, obviously cannot receive 1408555.
That is the normal working of PSTN, you dial one number and you will reach that number, unless call-forwarding has been set in PSTN, but that is another matter.
Perhaps if you explain what problem are you trying to solve, a solution can be given.
The idea is not switching international calls by the local E1 in the Call Manager Express. The international calls should be commuted to another PBX.
This is possible only when you translate the numbers back to the origal destination number 1408555 at the PBX. What type of PBX do you have?