Currently I have an issue where when I put the "service survivability" command under the incoming dial-peer, it seems to be overriding the translation profile on that dial-peer. This has become an issue because we are relying on the translation-profile whether or not the call is destined for Call Manager(11 digit) or CVP(10 digit).
dial-peer voice 100 voip <---Inbound Dial Peer description "Inbound from PSTN" translation-profile incoming PSTN-INBOUND <---Translation Profile to decide if number is Call Manager or CVP Bound service survivability session protocol sipv2 incoming uri via ATTSIPTRUNK voice-class sip bind control source-interface Loopback1 voice-class sip bind media source-interface Loopback1 dtmf-relay rtp-nte codec g711ulaw
voice translation-profile PSTN-INBOUND translate calling 200 <---Decide whether or not number is Call Manager(11 digit) or CVP (10 digit) bound translate called 100 <--- Add prefix 1 to calling number making it a 11 digit
Is there another way to implement this translation-profile without interfering with CVP? From the documents I've read service survivability needs to be programmed in the incoming dial peer for Courtesy Call Back to work.
I've seen in a PRI you can add the translation-profile command under the voice-port. Is there some kind of version of that for SIP connections?
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