Can anyone please help me understand how applying a OUTGOING voice translation profile on a voice port would be used ?
From what I have read so far, regarding the order of translation rules etc, I cannot seem to find any example of this.
I know that it can be attached outgoing to a voice port.
What I am not sure is :-
A. Would it work for both CAS and FXO/FXS ports ?
B. Would this be the VERY LAST translation to take place.
C. The called number obviously would make no sense here, as the call is already placed.
However, If I alter the calling number, would that work ? Would the ANI change when presented to the far side ? (Assuming the voice port is for CAS / FXO / FXS )
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a, b - yes
c - you can modify both called and calling number, where available. Eg, in isdn or voip, both are available.
Just to clarify, are you saying that
I can send a call out an FXO port, and then on the voice port change the DNIS ?
For a call to the PSTN, would this then
send out DTMF tones after applying the voice translation profile on the FXO PORT ?
Voice translations work on all voice ports.
As the call has already matched a dial-peer, then yes this would be the last translation to take place.
As you rightly say there is no point in altering the called number at the voice port, but it is possible. It is very common to alter the ANI, some clients want the main number to be displayed rather than the individual extension. If anyone returned a missed call it will always go to reception.