I was assigning internal DNs a corresponding DID, so basically all of my Dns had 43XX extensions.
None of the IOS commands worked, nor did the undocumented method, and I think its because of the range of my DNs.
Carl, I have not actually tried setting up that translation pattern, but wont it just loop forever if all the members of that hunt group have 43XX extensions?
I ended up just changing the internal DNs to a 2000 range, and created a translation pattern for
43XX -> 2000
Everything workes fine now.
This is just a non-critical AVVID rollout I'm doing in a lab in order to learn it better. I'm trying get a feel for "best practice" and figure out what works and what doesn't....and it seems that in the real world its not such a great idea to do a straight mapping of DID to DN? Or am I wrong?
/no telco background
Thanks Sarmentrout and Carl for your help, I appreciate all the input.
I do not know if you have figured this out yet but.. Your initial post indicates that you are using an mgcp gateway and you are trying to use translation patterns, when the gateway is in mgcp mode I do not think that you can use translation patterns that is an h.323 thing. To solve your problem I would do the following.
1. Create a new partition call it inbound_only
2. Create a new search space call it cs_inbound and add the partition above to it.
3. Create a new translation pattern with XXXX as the translation in the new partition set the search space as the search space that has the 4300 number is located in and then set the called party transformation mask to 4300.
4. On the call search space for your gateway set it to cs_inbound
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