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Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hello

I have a CME configured to add a prefix on the outgoing pots dial-peer. Connection to the PSTN is done via a E1.

When we dial a number and the connection is made the ip phone displays the prefix followed by number we dialed. For example we dial 123456789 and the prefix is 99999 when the call is connected the ip phone displays 99999123456789.

How can I remove the prefix from the phone's display?

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Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

Hi

you have to solution under dial-peer pots:-

1-

dial-peer voic 10 pots

forward-dgits 9                     (this forward will calculate 9 digits and allow to go over pots , so you will transfer  123456789)

or

dial-peer voic 10 pots

destination-pattern 99999.123456789                 (or add . after 99999)

Thank you

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Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

My current configuration on the dial-peers is as follows:

dial-peer voice 290 pots

corlist incoming call-Internas

corlist outgoing call-Telemoveis

description *** MOBILE - PSTN ***

destination-pattern 09[1236].......

direct-inward-dial

port 0/1/0:15

forward-digits 9

prefix 90790

I already have the forward-digits command.

The prefix has to be sent to the PSTN operator for billing purposes.

Thanks

Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

Ok , please try the below: by add . after 09

dial-peer voice 290 pots

destination-pattern 09.[1236].......

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Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

I hope to try the below

1-

dial-peer voice 290 pots

destination-pattern 09.[1236].......

no forward-digits 9

2-

dial-peer voice 290 pots

destination-pattern 09.[1236].......

default forward-digits

without (. after prefix or no-forward digits).

Thank you

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Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

I have tried these configurations but the ip phone still displays the prefix + dialed number.

Thanks

Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

please try the below , this will fix your problem:-

voice service voip

no supplementary-service h225-notify cid-update

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Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Hi

I have tried that as well with no luck. This is a Call Manager Express so I'm not sure this command would do anything but I have tried it.

Thanks

Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

hi

can you put under telephony-service

secondary-dialtone 09

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Re: Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

Have you tried to use a voice translation rule to add the prefix instead of doing it directly on the outgoing dial-peer?

voice translation-rule 40

rule 1 /^\(09[1236].......\)$/ /90790\1/

!

voice translation-profile PSTN-OUT

translate called 40

!

dial-peer voice 290 pots

corlist incoming call-Internas

corlist outgoing call-Telemoveis

description *** MOBILE - PSTN ***

destination-pattern 09[1236].......

direct-inward-dial

port 0/1/0:15

forward-digits 9

translation-profile outgoing PSTN-OUT

no prefix

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Remove prefix form IP phone display CME

he prefix is part of the dialled number. It is a routable number because your provider uses it for billing records. You cant remove it from the display because this is the connected number. Unless your provider drops the prefix when the call is connected, I dont see a way you can drop it from displaying on the phones. This is my take on this and I may be wrong.

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