I'm wondering if it's possible to find how many calls are being dialed to a number that's being translated to another number?
I've read some info in the CDR documation that summarized the answer best best with "When you add calling and called party transformations to a route pattern or translation pattern, CallManager logs the transformed numbers in the CDRs and renders the transformed numbers on the display of the calling phone. CallManager does not insert transformations specified on the route list’s route group details (or applied by a individual egress gateway) in the CDRs or render them on the calling device."
All that aside are there creative ways to get the quantity of calls to a "pre translated" number? My cynical side makes me think "Just change the Route Option to blocked and see who squaks," but I'm sure that's only going to work for a few situations.
Here's some specifics about my environment:
Various ISR running MGCP running 12.4.24T, but I'm working on moving to H.323 configured 2901s running 15.2.4
Currently all translation are being done on the CUCM, but if having the 2901s do the translations that's fine too.
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