Trouble with outbound calling party number transformation
I am trying to configure a way for us to pass certain digits out to the PSTN while keeping a specific external phone number mask defined for each of our users' line DNs.
For example -- we have the following pattern defined on each user's line DN:
However, for outbound caller ID to work with the PSTN (this number range resides in Germany), we need to be sure we are passing the following pattern of digits to our telco:
So, in essence, we just need to remove the leading 0 before sending this out to the PSTN.
I haven't had any luck configuring the calling party transformation pattern, in forcing the leading 0 out of the equation. All that I'm doing now is matching the first pattern, and then transforming to the second pattern, listed above.
As an aside, we are making sure to send "National" as the Calling Party Number Type, and "Unknown" as the Calling Party Numbering Plan, defined on our MGCP gateway. This makes sure that the telco can understand the digits we are sending, and thus properly pass our outbound caller ID to the called party.
Anyway, I'm not even sure if I'm approaching this the right way... but please, if anyone has any ideas, let me know.
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