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Translation rules, num-exp order of operartion

If you have translation rules in a voice gateway that also has num-exp configured (some numbers overlap with the translation rules) which one should take priority?

For example:

voice translation-rule 1
rule 1 /^1234567890$/ /1000/


num-exp 1234567890$ 2000

We have a voice gateway that has a couple of numbers that overlap as shown above and the voice translation rule is the thone that is actually how the number gets translated and I was wondering why.

Does a translation rule have priority over the num-exp?

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Re: Translation rules, num-exp order of operartion

Hi Wilson,

The following image shows the order of operations pretty nicely:

There may be an error on the above diagram as inbound dial-peer matches may match before num-exp I'd have to test that.  Regardless I'd test the operations real time using 'debug voip dial-peer' and testing out all the different scenarios that you're interested in.

HTH,

Chris

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Re: Translation rules, num-exp order of operartion

Outstanding,

Where did you get this diagram?

Translation rules, num-exp order of operartion

Hi Wilson,

There was a post on the Cisco Learning Network forums that had a very similar discussion recently:

https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/37081

I think it can also be found in the CVOICE books/study material as well.

HTH,

Chris

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Translation rules, num-exp order of operartion

This should help:

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