I have multiple VoIP gw (1 handles national calls and the others international)
I also have multiple ccm clusters, i want to use a gk to decide which gw to use when making international / national calls.
The problem i have is on CCM i have to prefix 1000# to the outgoing calls on the route patten to get it to send the calls to the national gw but this appears on the IP phone as the called number and the same on the gw.
Is there a way of not showing the tech prefix on the phone and also not having to prefix the 1000# at the route patten level on ccm as i have multiple route pattens?
my gw config is
zone local gk-ht-zn-01 voip.hosttalk.co.uk
zone subnet gk-ht-zn-01 10.0.2.0/24 enable
zone prefix gk-ht-zn-01 900* gw-priority 10 n4-dry-host-vgw-01
zone prefix gk-ht-zn-01 900* gw-priority 9 n4-dry-host-vgw-02
zone prefix gk-ht-zn-01 901303* gw-priority 10 ht-ccm-clr-01-nat_1
zone prefix gk-ht-zn-01 901303* gw-priority 9 ht-ccm-clr-01-nat_2
zone prefix gk-ht-zn-01 9* gw-priority 10 n4-dry-host-vgw-04
accounting username h323id
gw-type-prefix 2#* default-technology
gw-type-prefix 1000#* gw ipaddr 10.0.2.22 1720
gw-type-prefix 1001#* gw ipaddr 10.0.2.20 1720
gw-type-prefix 1001#* gw ipaddr 10.0.2.21 1720
and my CCM just has a trunk with 1# as the tech prefix.
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