I have a small issue with a translation-rule which is (as far as I can see) a bit odd.
I'm running a 3845 router with SP Services 12.4(15T7) and trying to create a translation rule such as the following:
rule 1 /^9011/ /9011/ plan ISDN type International
I need this because for some reason the Telco won't accept calls for international numbers unless if the plan and type are correct.
I'm following this guide on the command lookup tool, but for some reason I can't get the syntax right! The rule command refuses to accept the "plan" keyword, and therefore I can only set the type (which therefore doesn't work!)
I'll figure out how I want to do the ISDN map command because while i'm certain that would work, i'd like to keep the configuration to a dialpeer so that I don't affect other 9.011 calls going out of that interface.
For the rule command, I get the following:
L066-3845-VGW01(config-translate)#rule 1 /^9011/ /9011/ type unknown international plan unknown isdn
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
Again you can see that the "type" command is not acceptable here. The CLI will only accept National, International, Unknown etc.
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