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How do this with "Translation-rule"

Here is my example of "translation-rule":

voice translation-rule 1

rule 1 /^72081$/ /672081/

Any call to number 72081 will translated to 672081.

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I need to this: Any call ONLY from number 77001 to 72081 translate to 672081.And calling from another numbers 77... dont changed and calles to 72081.

My scheme: CCM4(77... dial-plan)<->7204VXR<->Meridian(72... dial-plan)

How I can do this with translation-rule?

Thanks

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Re: How do this with "Translation-rule"

You can't. Translation rules do not support matching both calling and called.

What problem are you trying to solve? Perhaps there is another way.

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Re: How do this with "Translation-rule"

Ok maybe there another way,to do what I need.

Example:

Number 77001(ccm4) called to numbers 72... 73...(PBX Meridian) ring go thrue 7204VXR. I need to add prefix "6" to called numbers only for number 77001.

77001->672... ,673...

77002->72... ,73...

New Member

Re: How do this with "Translation-rule"

Maybe you could do that throught partitions and CSS (in CCM), restrictions anyway.

Set the translation rule and then aplly it just to the group of 77001... what do you think?

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