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Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to stay on-net

Hello all,

I am using click to call.  The AD credentials are using a 10 digit number.  I wanted to strip the area code and prefix and only call the dial the last 4 digits of internal numbers.  Any suggestions on the best way to do this?  Any input is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Matt

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Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to st

Build translation patterns or called transformation patterns in CUCM, or if this is a system wide setting you can build application dial rules.

HTH,

Chris

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to st

Build translation patterns or called transformation patterns in CUCM, or if this is a system wide setting you can build application dial rules.

HTH,

Chris

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Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to st

So for an application rule I would use a range of 212-555-2000-2999

Number begins with 2125552

Number of Digits: 10

Total Digits to be removed: 6

Prefix with Pattern: none

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to st

Yes.  Make sure you apply the application dial rules to your devices, it's not enough to just define it on CUCM, you need to run a cop file and restart the devices.

HTH,

Chris

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Using Click to Call and wanted to strip local DNs prefixes to st

Thanks.  I am not too familiar with cop files.  The application dial rules I created earlier seem to be working for outbound calling without doing anything else. 

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