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inbound CLID manipulation on CME

Is there a way to manipulate the CLID of inbound calls such to place a 9 and 1 in front of number?

The reason for this is so that phone users could just select the DIAL button from the directory without having to EditDial first?

Thanx, Seth

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Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

Here are the commands you need.

!

voice translation-rule 1

rule 1 /^0/ /910/

rule 2 /^1/ /911/

rule 3 /^2/ /912/

rule 4 /^3/ /913/

rule 5 /^4/ /914/

rule 6 /^5/ /915/

rule 7 /^6/ /916/

rule 8 /^7/ /917/

rule 9 /^8/ /918/

rule 10 /^9/ /919/

!

voice translation-profile Prefix91

translate calling 1

!

voice-port 0/0/0:15

translation-profile incoming Prefix91

!

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Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

Seth,

We have ccm with 3845 router, we do it via the router. I am not the router expert, just an fyi that it can be done that way so your users just hit dial from missed call log. i will let you know if i get command string.

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Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

Our CME is also running on a 3845. Any commands that you can forward my way would be greatly appreciated.

Seth

Community Member

Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

Here are the commands you need.

!

voice translation-rule 1

rule 1 /^0/ /910/

rule 2 /^1/ /911/

rule 3 /^2/ /912/

rule 4 /^3/ /913/

rule 5 /^4/ /914/

rule 6 /^5/ /915/

rule 7 /^6/ /916/

rule 8 /^7/ /917/

rule 9 /^8/ /918/

rule 10 /^9/ /919/

!

voice translation-profile Prefix91

translate calling 1

!

voice-port 0/0/0:15

translation-profile incoming Prefix91

!

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

The above is not a good example. It can be done with a single rule:

rule 1 // /91/

Note, depending on where you are, you can distinguish so that local calls are stripped of area coded and prepended with 9 only, international calls with 9011, etc.

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Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

I think I understand what you are saying. The problem with stripping the local area code is that some numbers in our area code do require a 1 and area code to be dialed.

Seth

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

That is a reason more to be willing to do that, because chances are that when you dial 11 digits when 7 would suffice, you will be billed for LD.

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Re: inbound CLID manipulation on CME

That did it, thank you very much.

Seth

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