I'm trying to configure a PLAR for an elevator line, so when they press the key the phone will dial XXX-xxx-yyy I know how to make a plar for an internal number, but having trouble with this one if anyone can help please.
We use a CUCM 6.0 when I create the translation pattern this is what i have, along with the rest of the configuration for PLAR, but when I pickup the hand set of the test phone it just give me an intercept message that the call can't not be dialed.
To dial the number 918003245647 you must have a route pattern in your CUCM. Put that route pattern in a partition, say plar_test.
Put this null translation pattern(posted above) in another partition say tp_plar. The IP phone which will be used for plar test call should have a CSS which should have partition tp_plar in it i.e. basically the phone should have access to the translation pattern. Now in the translation pattern config page that you have posted, change the CSS to one which has partition plar_test in it but does not have partition tp_plar in it.. Hence the bottomline is that the IP phone should have access to the null translation pattern and the null translation pattern should have access to the route pattern for routing the call out.
Make the above changes and try a test call. Post the results.
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