I don't think it is a TELCO restriction in my case. I can change my external phone number mask to send any 10 digits that I want to the PSTN. My provider does not restrict the by calling number. In fact, if I an offnet calls is recieved on my extension, which is configured for Single Number Reach, I can see the original calling number on my desk phone and remote destination.
Anyway, when the call is transferred, the called party see's the transferring party external phone mask, and not the original calling number. Any other suggestions.
Also I can see verify from the gateway debugs (debug ISDN q931 and debug voice ccapi inout) that transferring station's phone number mask is used for the calling number.
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