I currently have a 2821 gateway with dial-peers. Access code is 7 along with 10 digit dialing. The end user dials 77042895829. The CCM routes the call to the gateway. The router sends 10 digits, which includes the access code, but strips the last digit. See below for the 2 dial-peers that matches the digits along with the debug that shows the 10 digits that are being sent. Any help would greatly be appreciated!
What command do I use to send only 10 digits, which would strip the access code? I have other dial-peers that say forward x # of digits and they strip the first digit instead of the last digit, when there is x+1 digits sent.
In as much as your solution is good, I am curious to know why the router is not stripping the first 7 digit. By deafult routers will strip from left to right. Hence the first 7 digit should be stripped...There should nto be any need for a xlation rule here
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