Centralized CCM cluster with 2 locations. We want to set up tollbypass from each other. Let's say cityA and B. City A's area code is 603, B is 405. City B IP phone call A's PSTN through IP WAN as a tollbypass, vice versa. In order to make consistency, we still will let user dial 91604 to reach the city A PSTN user. Obiously I have to strip off 91 before the call offnet to city A pstn. My question is here: in route pattern or route group, ccm only can strip off the digits before . or @ or something else, not 91. All the router are running MGCP. How can I strip 91 off? Or I just use transform?
1) MGCP --> In your route list, your discard digits should be set to "PreAT 11D->10D" to strip the 9 and the 1 to only send 10 digits to telco.
2) H323--> Your dial peers can be made to strip anything you'd like. In your CM route list, discard nothing. On the gateway, match on, say 91.......... The destination pattern will automatically strip the 91 and send everything else.
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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