Ok this is what is happening, I have the CER server and I just added two blocks of DID lines to it the last 4 numbers are 8400-8599. In the Callmanager(6.1) I entered a translation pattern for 8(4-5)XX to direct the lines into the CER server.
The issue is this, I changed the outside line number to 8 after we kept getting 911 calls when 9 was the dialout number. Now when someone tries to dial a local number like 85920011 the translation pattern it picking that up and redirecting the call. I had thought Cisco would analyze the whole number for translations not just the first numbers coming in. When I run the call number analyzer it shows that it should go out fine and no translation is applied.
Ok, I got this one figured out, kind of a bone head solution, which is probably why I came up with it. I just put that translation pattern in it's own partition and made sure the gateway CSS could see it. That seems to have fixed the local calling and will 911 is less busy I can verify it works with 911.
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