Getting original digits dialed by user, or their Route patterns
I am using TAPI to monitor IP phones on my AVVID network so that i can use the data to log the destinations and numbers that system users call.
i also use the numbers i obtain to get the route pattern that the number matched (so that i can do some kind of billing) , but my problem is when the number matches a route pattern the number that reaches TAPI is affected with the Discard Digits option in the route pattern , for example
User dials 67272
matches RP 6.xxxx with Discard Digits set to "PreDot"
TAPI receives 7272
is there some kind of way to get the whole number, or at least to get the route pattern that the number matched in TAPI?
Re: Getting original digits dialed by user, or their Route patte
I know little about TAPI but in JTAPI we have the originaldiallednumber (or thereof) which might be of use. I have never looked at it in terms of translation patterns, however I know that in case of a redirect, that number is the number that was originally called, not the number the call finally goes to.
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