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How to remove # dialed in from PSTN to gateway

I have a AS5300 connected to PSTN with ISDN PRI and a Cisco2600 at the remote site, also with PRI to PSTN.

When incoming call from the PSTN to 5300 it came with # at the end of the number. (358123456#) and then match a dial-peer on the 2600 that get reject from the remote PSTN. when trying to dial with the "csim start" and the same number without the # at the end, the call is established.

Is there any possible to delete the # at the 5300voip or the 2600pots before sending it to the remote PSTN?

any help will be appreciate.

Thanks. K

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Re: How to remove # dialed in from PSTN to gateway

The # can be removed in Cisco Call manager.

The following link explains DDI - discard digit instructions for CCM.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_administration_guide_chapter09186a00800c4c63.html

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Re: How to remove # dialed in from PSTN to gateway

My network does not include Callmanager, is just a toll by pass network.

Thanks any way.

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Re: How to remove # dialed in from PSTN to gateway

If it's a consistant number plan, you should be able to forward the digits you want using wildcards in the dial-peers, or you could ask the telco to stop sending the #.

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