I have CCM 7 installed and using 2821 with FXO controlled via MGCP to access PSTN. We have got monthly report about international calls from provider. The issue was that it showed my external extensions as long as my externa numbers. Not I need to make CCM strip internal extensions to make this report proper.
We have got 7-digit dialing in the city. For example I got an report from PSTN Provider which indicates that a number +99412 1234567 9876has 50$ to pay. But I need not to see that red digits that indicates an internal extension number.
Every month I'm getting a list of bills from Telco provider which consist of list of my external e.164 numbers with amount of money I should pay. And when I look at them it shows not only external number, but an extension, too. Besides, there was for a lot of times when we got calls from telco. They complained us that we are sending full PSTN number and extension, too. I checked all the route patterns, they have offnet call clasification with a fixed calling party transform mask. I'm using mgcp gateway with a bunch of FXO ports bundled into route group in CCM
Thanks for the clarification, I think it makes sense now :-)
I think I am hearing that you would like to modify the calling number in CUCM before it is sent out to the Telco so that the calling party is always the same independent of which directory number places the outbound call.
I assume the Telco is also giving you a list of numbers which are being called to and from. Try putting those numbers into the dialed number analyzer on the serviceability page, this will tell you exactly what route pattern, route lister, route group, and gateway/trunk the call is hitting as well as what number transformations are taking place at each step.
I suspect that you have the checkbox for "Use calling party's external phone number mask" set somewhere along the way.
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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.
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