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mapping Call Manager Route Patterns to Call Manager Express.

Hello everyone I have to convert a very old CCM 3.3 to a CME version 7.

I have only done basic configurations with dial-peers and need a little bit of help translating the route patterns on the CCM to the dial-peer statements on the CME.

I have two ways to get to the PSTN in this location. One on the PRI in the CME and one on a VG200 with FXO ports so I have a lot of dial-peer statements to build.

this is being built in Japan and it looks like their dial-plan length of numbers are either 3, 10 or 11.

Can you please help with these examples?

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.[2-9]! (using PRI on CME)

would it be this on the CME:

dial-peer voice 500 pots

destination-pattern 0[2-9]T --- does 0.[2-9]! in CCM translate to this in CME?

port 0/2/0:23

prefix ???? can I prefix ranges???

or should I use forward digits all?? or forward digits 11 since this could be the max sent according to infor I found.

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.0570! (using VG200 FXO)

would it be this on the CME:

dial-peer voice 604 voip

destination-pattern 00570

session-target ipv4:10.X.X.X

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumberic rtp-nte

codec g711ulaw

no vad

forward digits 4 (to send 0570 and drop the leading 0)

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.0041! # BLOCK

would it be this on the CME:

Dial-peer voice 702 voip

destination-pattern 0.0041T

session-target ipv4:1.2.3.4 -----send to non-existent target

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric rtp-nte

codec g711 ulaw

no vad

Thank you

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Re: mapping Call Manager Route Patterns to Call Manager Express.

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.[2-9]! (using PRI on CME)

would it be this on the CME:

dial-peer voice 500 pots

destination-pattern 0[2-9]T --- does 0.[2-9]! in CCM translate to this in CME?

port 0/2/0:23

prefix ???? can I prefix ranges???

or should I use forward digits all?? or forward digits 11 since this could be the max sent according to infor I found.

destination-pattern is ok, fwd digits 11 is fine

you can use voice translation rules accordignly

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.0570! (using VG200 FXO)

would it be this on the CME:

dial-peer voice 604 voip

destination-pattern 00570

session-target ipv4:10.X.X.X

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumberic rtp-nte

codec g711ulaw

no vad

forward digits 4 (to send 0570 and drop the leading 0)

fwd digits doesnt work in voip dial-peers

u need voice translation rules

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On CCM 3.3 the route pattern is 0.0041! # BLOCK

would it be this on the CME:

Dial-peer voice 702 voip

destination-pattern 0.0041T

session-target ipv4:1.2.3.4 -----send to non-existent target

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric rtp-nte

codec g711 ulaw

no vad

you can use permission none

in dial-peer

some good examples

cor list is your friend here as well

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_configuration_example09186a00803f818a.shtml#con12

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