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study_voip
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CME and E.164

does CME support + sign? or E.164 dial plan? who has some doc to share?

thanks

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virverma
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Hi,

dialplan-patetrn command is effective only for CME phones not SIP phones. proper way is to

configure appropriate dial-plans on the applicable pots/sip dial-peers.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/command/reference/cme_d1ht.html#wp1013009

thx for your reply.

if incoming call is national, can CME prefix +1? if it is international, can CME remove 011 then prefix +1?

basicly, I am trying to align the CME with CUCM ver7

Hi,

I am looking more into this,

Are you trying to forward call to some other destination with + or full e.164 number,

just wanted to have more idea about the situation

sorry, let me explain again.

CUCM ver7 has below features

1, if incoming call digits are 10D, gw consider it as national call, so CUCM prefix +1, shown on IP phone, either calling ID or missed calls, it could be +1 and 10D

2, if IP phone see +sign, then CUCM can decide how to prefix digit when making outgoing call

and many more

I am wondering if CME has those features

thanks

For prefixing 9 or the outside dial-code for missed call entries,

please try the following :-

Voice translation-rule 1 (match anything from the PSTN and prefix it with a 9)

rule 1 /^\(.*\)/ /9\1/

voice translation-profile prefix9_inbound

translate calling 1

voice-port 0/0/0:23

translation-profile incoming prefix9_inbound

to test voice translation-rule,

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/voice/command/reference/vr_t1.html#wp1645848

Let me know

rule 1 /^\(.*\)/ /9\1/

This can be written more concisely

rule 1 // /9/

furthermore it does not handle international calls, thing that you can do using plan/type attributes in the rule.

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Paolo Moserle
Beginner

I have a similar question:

I try to place a call whit jabber client on iPhone, I select a contact from my conctact list, that have a prefix +39, so my default digit to place a call is 0. Is there a way to intercept che call from jabber and translate that from "+" to "000" ?

Thanks

Any ideas?

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