We recently acquired a new company with an 877# that we want to have transfered to our phones. Currently the old carrier is forwarding calls to that number to one of our existing DID #s. This is working fine right now. The carrier is in the process of porting the number over to our current provider who will then make that an additional DID for us. I have not created a new DID as of yet on our system, so I copied the format of current working ones and came up with a config. Our carrier said they would be sending all digits, not just the 7 we normally receive for this DID. I was just wondering if it looks correct:
We dont mask our outgoing clid now, each extension shows their own full number on outgoing calls. We do use CUCMBE; I checked our current translation patterns and there is very little setup in there so I am not sure if I need to add one for this line or not. Should the config I posted successfully send an incoming call on the 877 # to the 8230 extension as it stands now?
I am still new to CUCM, I have a little experience in the Cisco SMB market working with the UC lineup, but they are considerably different than the system I have in my office. All the people in here have been a huge help in getting my problems worked out and I really do appreciate the time that all of you take to answer questions.
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