Got a block of numbers that comes across my SIP trunk. If I run the CCSIP on the router, I can see the call gets to me however, I get the normal "reorder" tone on the distant end that placed the call into the system.
Internally, the numbers route.
The numbers are 4792501015 - 1029
Translation pattern: 479250XXXX (I've also tried 47925010[1-2]X)
Called Party Transform mask: XXXX (I've also tried 10XX)
Here is the CCSIP debug info. I pared it down to what I thought might be relavant. If more info needed, please let me know.
Call Routing -> Class of Control -> Calling Search Space
pt_MyCompany_device <--- Think this is what you are looking for?
One other note, I have multiple DID blocks, and they all seem to work. The difference with this block is it will be (eventually) located in a different city, so I created a new pt_BEN_ld, pt_BEN_intl, pt_BEN_local. These numbers will work out of this deployment, just wanted to be able to have further control down the road. So I pretty much mimic'd the partitions with the local versions here.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.