Hello all, I hafe a problem with CME for outgoing calls to the PSTN. Internalnumbers are 3 digits long. Numbers from PSTN are 7 digits long. Incvommin calls working fine. Outgoing calls are working also, but the first 4 digist from the nummer are twice in the calling number on the reciver side. Is there any workaround to fix this? Any suggestion are wellcom.
Do you have direct-inward-dial on the inbound dial-peer? Do you have a translation rule (ala translate-outgoing calling 1) on the same dial-peer? We found those needed in a previous installation in order to deliver the proper ANI digits to the PSTN.
Yes there is direct-inward-dial. I use this dialplan-pattern "dialplan-pattern 1 8587... extension-length 3". If I use this pattern the four digits 8587 are twice on the called side. If I use the pattern 8587000 extension-length 3, the nummer are correct shown, but no dialin working any more.
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