Could you just confirm that the CSS is correct and that the TP is able to reach the number xxxxx. If you activate the Callmanager service at a detailed level, you should be able to see what happens. You can also put an extract of the logs here. Just look for the calling and called number to identify the SDI files.
You can Go to serviceability page in CUCM --> tools --> Dialed number analyzer --> Input the calling number , it's CSS and the called number --> basically what is the output you see there. If it is hitting that translation pattern --> then the output number should not have # (since you have discard predot) and TPs CSS if it is able to reach the AA partition the call will go there. Seems like it is working properly here as you are getting the recording but when redirected is going to back to the original TP with # and is going in the loop.So check the forward settings here as well.Also the output of DNA will show if the translated number has # or is removed and being prefixed anywhere else
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