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Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

We have two locations long distance apart with our phones.  In the past I have set up a route pattern so that say a user in location A dials 8 then the number they will actually call out from the gateway of location B.  This way Location A does not need to make long distance calls to Location B instead can go through our network and call out of the gateway of Location B and therefore be a local call.
However, I am now attempting to make this easier so instead of the user dialing 8, it will automatically know to go through.   For example, right now if a user dials 8.429xxxx they can call from location A to location B locally.  However, I now want them to be able to dial long distance but like they normally would anywhere else such as 9.1902429xxxx and it will go to the gateway in location B and strip the area code and 9 off and then call locally through gateway B. 
I thought if I changed the discard digits to predot 11/10d->7D it would change the 919024295445 to call from the gateway of 4295445. In the route list i have gateway B selected and this discard digit pattern sleected however when i do a dial analyzer it is not stripping the dialed number down.  Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?  Below is the results of the dialed digit analyzer:

# Results Summary

    * Calling Party Information
          o Calling Party = 1000
          o Partition =
          o Device CSS =
          o Line CSS = MDC-LD-CSS
          o AAR Group Name =
          o AAR CSS =
    * Dialed Digits = 919024295445
    * Match Result = RouteThisPattern
    * Matched Pattern Information
          o Pattern = 9.1902429XXXX
          o Partition = MDC-Local-P
          o Time Schedule =
    * Called Party Number = 919024295445
    * Time Zone = Greenwich Standard Time
    * End Device = MDCHLF_Local_RL_prefix
    * Call Classification = OffNet
    * InterDigit Timeout = NO
    * Device Override = Disabled
    * Outside Dial Tone = NO

# Call Flow

    * Route Pattern :Pattern= 9.1902429XXXX
          o Positional Match List = 9:19024295445
          o DialPlan =
          o Route Filter
                + Filter Name =
                + Filter Clause =
          o Require Forced Authorization Code = No
          o Authorization Level = 0
          o Require Client Matter Code = No
          o Call Classification =
          o PreTransform Calling Party Number = 1000
          o PreTransform Called Party Number = 919024295445
          o Calling Party Transformations
                + External Phone Number Mask = YES
                + Calling Party Mask =
                + Prefix =
                + CallingLineId Presentation = Default
                + CallingName Presentation = Default
                + Calling Party Number = 1000
          o ConnectedParty Transformations
                + ConnectedLineId Presentation = Default
                + ConnectedName Presentation = Default
          o Called Party Transformations
                + Called Party Mask =
                + Discard Digits Instruction = None
                + Prefix =
                + Called Number = 919024295445
    * Route List :Route List Name= MDCHLF_Local_RL_prefix
          o RouteGroup :RouteGroup Name= MDCIPTGW-2-RG
                + PreTransform Calling Party Number = 1000
                + PreTransform Called Party Number = 919024295445
                + Calling Party Transformations
                      # External Phone Number Mask = Default
                      # Calling Party Mask =
                      # Prefix =
                      # Calling Party Number = 1000
                + Called Party Transformations
                      # Called Party Mask =
                      # Discard Digits Instructions = PreDot 11/10D->7D
                      # Prefix =
                      # Called Number = 19024295445
                + Device :Type= MGCPT1PRIPort
                      # End Device Name = S0/SU3/DS1-0@mdciptgw-2
                      # PortNumber = 0
                      # Device Status = Registered
                      # AAR Group Name =
                      # AAR Calling Search Space =
                      # AAR Prefix Digits =
                      # Call Classification =
                      # Calling Party Selection =
                      # CallingLinePresentation =
                      # ConnectedLinePresentation =
                      # Number Of Strip Digits =
                      # CallerID DN =

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Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

Kerri,

I have never been a fan of the pre-built discard instructions like 11/10D->7D .

What I would try was to change the RP 9.1902429xxxx to 91902.XXXxxxx and simply strip
pre-dot at the egress Route list on gateway B (as the first choice).  In case the WAN
link or gateway B is down then set up gateway A as the 2nd choice, strip pre-dot
and prepend 1902.

HTH - I've done this a bunch of times and has always worked.

Art

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Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

Hello Kerri,

Just a gotchya that has stung me a thousand times, did you reset the GW?

HTH,

Art

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Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

Thanks for the reply.  I know when I update the route pattern it says it will automatically reset the associated gateways.  However, I did just try to go to the gateway and reset it but still no luck.  Too bad that did not resolve the problem.  Please I would aprreciate any suggestions.

New Member

Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

It goes out the of the correct gateway but for some reason is not stripping the number down to 7 digits.  When I set the route pattern and actually make the call the phone service is telling me that "the number I am dialing is not a long distance call and do not dial 1...."

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Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

Kerri,

I have never been a fan of the pre-built discard instructions like 11/10D->7D .

What I would try was to change the RP 9.1902429xxxx to 91902.XXXxxxx and simply strip
pre-dot at the egress Route list on gateway B (as the first choice).  In case the WAN
link or gateway B is down then set up gateway A as the 2nd choice, strip pre-dot
and prepend 1902.

HTH - I've done this a bunch of times and has always worked.

Art

New Member

Re: Discard Digits 11/10D->7D CUCM 6.1

Great Thanks!  I never really thought of taking that approach.  It works now!

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The PreAt, 11D/10D@7D, 11D

The PreAt, 11D/10D@7D, 11D@10D, IntlTollBypass, and 10-10-Dialing complex DDI's are not available without the @ symbol in the route pattern.

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