I know this topic has been beaten to death on these message boards, but the problem I am running into is:
I have a H323 gateway connecting my 2600 gateway to a Nortel PBX for a pilot program. Nortel assigned my IP phones a range of DIDs which are working fine and they are sending me 4 digits which I can route just fine, I also have a translation pattern set up to add a 9 in front of the PSTN Caller ID, which is also working fine. The problem is when a phone attached to the Nortel PBX calls an IP phone it also gets a 9 added to it, which is not what I want.
I have tried adding translation patterns to my dial-peers but that is not working because it adds the 9 to everything, so then I tried to add dial-peers to look for 10 digits then add a 9 in front of that but that did not work because the pbx extension overlapped with certain area codes. Is there any other way do this?
The only difference between a PBX incoming call and a PSTN incoming call is the length of the caller ID, So is there are way to manipulate the incoming caller ID on a Dial-Peer?
The solution is in the PBX. I had similiar problems with a Definity. Our Definity guy was able to add a prefix to calls coming from the PBX phones to the IP phones. Then, the CCM route pattern caught the prefix and stripped it, while the existing route pattern would translate the CID.
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