I have h323 gateway connected to CO isdn switch. when a public user dials the FQDN the h323 gateway sees the call coming in showing 6digits which is fine, but i would like to strip a further two digits from the start of the number, before forwarding the inbound call. How should this be achieved?
The q931 incoming call set-up message displays 6digits called number - the CO switch done some digit stripping from the dialled E.164 number and I don't have a problem with that. Now, i would like to forward the last four digits to ccm. So, i need to strip the two left most digits before the call is forwarded.
i can see few option. num-exp, trans rule or forward-digits?
i have already tested num-exp but it is globally applied as you know. This does the job, however, imo this is not the most elegant solution.
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