You need to force all the calls from the PBX to hit a translation and amend the calling party number.
1. Create a partition, e.g. PTN-inbound-PBX-calls
2. Create a CSS that only contains this partition, e.g. CSS-inbound-PBX -> PTN-inbound-PBX-calls
3. Create a translation:
Leave the route pattern blank
Set partition to PTN-inbound-PBX-calls
Set CSS to one that can call all internal phones (i.e. where to go after the translation)
Set the Calling Party Mask to XXXX
4. Set the CSS on the 3662 gateway to CSS-inbound-PBX
The flow is now -
call comes in from 3662 and the CSS forces it to the new translation where the CLI is masked to the last 4 digits. The CSS on the translation means that when digit analysis is called again, the call is then routed to a phone.
If you do not use partitions and CSS, inbound calls will always hit a phone (if the number is valid!) directly and not have the CLI changed.
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