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voip dial peer translation rule

I have a CME system an a call comes in to 33.. This is to be sent via voip to another system but the first 3 needs to be stripped. I created a translation rule that I have tested and it works removing the 3 but when I apply it to a voip peer with destination-pat 33.. it doesn't seem to work because when I trace out to the other side I see 33.. coming in. Can you do this on a voip peer?


Re: voip dial peer translation rule

You can apply a voice translation rule to a voip dial peer. Can you post your config?


Cisco Employee

Re: voip dial peer translation rule


Yes you can, by applying it on the voip dial-peer in the outbound direction. Do you mind posting the relevant configs here? I'm sure we can help point out what is needed to get this to work for you.



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Re: voip dial peer translation rule

Thanks guys, once you both told me it should work I re-examined and found that on the profile I had calling rather than called.

Next questions, calls coming into the cme from these sites will be 3 digit rather than 4 so for example if the phone number for the phone is 3510 and someone across the voip calls 3510 I will see 510 in the cme. I cannot change what is received by the pbx into the router at the remote end. My question is should num-exp 5.. 35.. should this work or am I going to have to add a translation rule at the remote site to add the 3 on? thx again

Re: voip dial peer translation rule

"num-exp" should work in this scenario. You could also apply a translation rule to the inbound dial peer.

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