CUCM can't do any rules or routing based on ANI within itself. You should be able to do this with a call-block translation for a null ANI if the call is going through an IOS gateway like CUBE. Apply it to the inbound SIP dial-peer.
I know, that i can block these call on IOS gateway, but i dont want to block them. i want to transform calling party. CUCM has Translation Pattern to do this, and it works great if you have an H.323 gateway. But when i'm trying to use SIP trunk, Translation Pattern doesn't work if i get name instead of numbers in Calling Party field
It's very unclear what you are trying to do (since in your original post, you *did* mention that you wanted to restrict the call).
Is an IOS configuration an option for you? Because CUCM doesn't have a way to match based on a specific ANI. We can't create a rule to match off a null ANI in a CUCM translation.
Neither CUCM nor IOS can change the calling name. If you need to match or manipulate the name in anyway, that's not going to be able to be done.
The only thing you can do regarding translation would be in IOS to match on a null ANI (like in my example previously) and translate the calling number to a static calling number (like 5551119999). Would that suffice?
OK. Thanks for advice, i'll restrict calls within IOS gateway.
But could you help me to understand next thing? (just my curiosity)
I don't want to match specific ANI, i want to translate the calling number to a static calling number within CUCM.
CUCM can translate the calling number for incoming call from the H.323 gateway or from the SIP trunk if the calling number isn't empty. But CUCM can't change calling number in case of incoming call with empty calling number through the SIP Trunk.
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