I'm building my simple voice lab with pstn simulator, the model of my pstn simulator is 1760. I'm using E1 and T1 combination from my branch and HQ routers. In one site, the way I want to set this up is to permit calling (ANI) numbers only ranging from a DID block of lets say 027777700 - 99 to the PSTN (1760) and deny everything. If for example the PSTN router see on the E1 or T1 connection the ANI is not on the 027777700 - 99 range then the call will be droped at the PSTN level.
I'm having a hard time with the call-block command as the voice translation-rule associated with this command does not allow me to permit 027777700 - 99 and deny anything else. See my sample config below
test voice translation-rule 7 012345678 -- Hopefully this will be rejected
My test results (I had to use a new rule number 1777)
CME3845#test voice translation-rule 1777 027777700 Matched with rule 1 Original number: 027777700 Translated number: 027777700 Original number type: none Translated number type: none Original number plan: none Translated number plan: none
CME3845#test voice translation-rule 1777 027777799 Matched with rule 1 Original number: 027777799 Translated number: 027777799 Original number type: none Translated number type: none Original number plan: none Translated number plan: none
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