I've a cisco 1760 router with 6 FXO cards. One of the incoming POT line is connected to one of these card and is designated for 911 call. The problem is that when incoming call is hitting this voice port 1/1 (and 2/1) as it's part of the hunt group, the display on the user's 7940 phone is shown as "911" instead of the actual number of the caller. There's no translation rule anywhere in our router config, and yet it seems to do the translation anyway...
Has anyone encounter this before? I'd like to setup a translation rule to allow incoming to remain as is without being translated..
This is a very common problem, possibly because of the way the router matches an incoming call leg. It looks at incoming-called number, answer-address or destination-pattern command to match an inbound leg. I would recommend you to put the following dial-peer (as your first pots dial-peer - This would mean you will have to remove all pots dial-peers and reconfigure the dial-peers with the following dial-peer first in the list. You can simply cut and paste from your existing configs)
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