I have a small router with Call manager Express on it. I have the system recieving and sending calls from a SIP provider. I also have calls coming in over regular internet to my IP address. Some calls are rejected though. If there is a leading + infront, the Call manager sends a 404 response. If the call comes in without the leading + it works no problem.
I guess my question is how do you get all inbound calls to remove a + if a call comes in with a plus but leave all other calls alone if there is no leading +
Thanks for the tip. This actually works to remove the + when I do the test command you show above. The one thing that is still not happening is that the DID is not forwarding to the 201 extension but still gives a 404 response to the caller.
So in your example, if a person calls 14089022653 from outside the system it is translated to 201 it rings my IP communicator. When sending the call with the plus, it gave 404. with the rule I put in we are still expeiriencing a 404 on the inbound call.
What would I be missing in this configuration.
This is what is in the Call Manager Express router.
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