I am configuring SRST on a 3825 running 12.4(15)XZ1.
I am trying to configure translation profiles under the call-manager-fallback section but the translations do not seem to be coming into effect before dial-peers are matched. This happens with both incoming and outgoing calls.
voice translation-rule 2
rule 1 /^4\(...\)/ /902076914\1/
rule 2 /^5\(...\)/ /902076915\1/
rule 3 /^6\(...\)/ /902076916\1/
rule 4 /^1\(...\)/ /902085451\1/
rule 5 /^8\(...\)/ /902078618\1/
voice translation-profile SRST_Outbound
translate called 2
max-conferences 12 gain -6
limit-dn 7911 2
limit-dn 7936 2
limit-dn 7941 2
timeouts interdigit 3
ip source-address 10.180.82.129 port 2000 strict-match
max-dn 960 dual-line preference 6
system message primary CUCM Down, SRST is Active
dialplan-pattern 1 73.... extension-length 4
translation-profile outgoing SRST_Outbound
I am not sure why the dial-peer matching occurs before the translation profile is applied. I am sure that I have used this type of configuration in the past.
From the config. you are trying to keep the ability to dial extension numbers to other sites when in SRST hence the translations? What are the Dial-Peers which the calls are matching? What digist do teh users enter, ar you show they are still not dialling 9, 0 as the pstn access code and hence dial out?
It is a different behavior when you apply the translation-profile under call-manager fallback. The incoming and outgoing commands are related to the IP phone. The incoming command changes the parameters of calls that come from the IP phone. The outgoing command changes the values of calls that go out of the router to the IP phone. So since you have configured incoming under SRSTmode it will be used for outbound calls.â
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