Inbound ani is the pstn number. Now i think the issue could be with doing external redirects from within CME as it sends Sip response 302 (moved temporarily) to the sip server and that tries to resend the call again to the new number. Shouldn't CME do the redirect especially if its an internal call-forward?
So basically a call comes inbound from the PSTN and the sip server sends the call to the CME router which passes it to an ephone. Then that ephone has a call forward to another ephone which then call forwards back out to a mobile number on the pstn.
On the last redirect to the mobile number on the pstn the ani needs to be changed to a specific pilot number to allow the call to go out. But i'm unable to change the original ani number from the first inbound call. I've tried multiple translation profiles.
If the redirect is sent back to the sip server then the person calling inbound would be charged for the redirect and not the ephone receiving the call..
In the debug attached you can see a call being made from the PSTN (ext 200) and sent to ephone 033412020 which is then call-forwarded to 9026150250. Now i need to change the ani from 200 to soemthing else but the redirect doesnt not go through the translation-profiles on the dial-peers as the call-forward is done by the sip-server with the 302 sip message.
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If you have 2 ISR routers, one acting as Failover, do we need to have both the same number of SRST licenses on the 2 routers?
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