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Missing Initial 0 on Euro ISDN Calling Party Number

Euro ISDN presents the calling party Number without the initial 0

i.e. A PSTN call from Tel No 01419882222 is presented as 1419882222.

This means that the missed calls in the directory must be edited before dialing. Can anyone think of a workaround of inserting the 0 (and the 9 for PSTN) automatically.

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Re: Missing Initial 0 on Euro ISDN Calling Party Number

The only "workaround" is to configure a UK dialplan without the leading zero.

e.g. 118xxxx,121xxxx,122xxx,207xxx,208xxx etc.

Then do a called-party transformation and prefix the 9 & 0.

Alternatively you could assume any number over 4 digits was an external number and create route patterns of xxxxxxxxx (9 digits) and xxxxxxxxxx (10 digits), then transform these by prefixing the 9 & 0.

The true solution would be for the 0 to be passed with the CLI. As you work for BT, can you have a word ?

Hope this helps,

Spike

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