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CUE CLI - Setup outgoing call to display their own DID.

RYN0
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First off, i am really new to VoIP setups on Cisco devices.

So, I managed to figure out a way to set a specific user's extension to be reach from an external called, on a specific DID. So, if i called this guy from wherever, outside his office, at his number of XXXXXXXXXX, it translates to his internal extension just fine, and rings his phone.

 

What I am having trouble with now is when he wants to call outbound. He wants his DID to show up in the caller ID of whomever he is calling. Currently, it displays the office's main phone number instead, in the caller ID of whomever he calls. I am at a loss on how to make this work unfortunately. Here is some of the relevant config that is currently in place. If anyone can assist, that would be great.

 

dial-peer voice 48 pots
trunkgroup ALL_T1
description Mike_Burns-DID
translation-profile incoming Mike_Burns-DID_27
incoming called-number XXXXXXXXXX

direct-inward-dial
no sip-register

voice translation-profile Mike_Burns-DID_27
 translate called 27

voice translation-rule 27
 rule 1 /XXXXXXXXXX/ /133/

ephone-dn  153  dual-line
 number 133
 label Mike Burns
 name Mike Burns
 call-forward busy 399
 call-forward noan 399 timeout 19
 mwi sip

ephone  51
 mac-address C414.3C8A.F8E2
 username "burnsm" password 1234
 speed-dial 1 600 label "park"
 type 6941
 button  1:153

 

 

Thanks,

 

Ryan

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Mohammed al Baqari
VIP Advisor VIP Advisor
VIP Advisor
voice translation-rule 10
rule 1 /\(...$\)/ /XXXXXX\1/
voice translation-profile xforming_calling
translate calling 10

This will basically prefix digits in front of the extension. For example if the extension is 133 and your DID range is 9191919..., then the calling number sent out will be 9191919133

Finally assign this profile to your outgoing dialpeer

dial-pee voice xx pots
translation-profile outgoing xforming_calling

The DID does not contain the extension. So I do not think prefixing the DID
range digit in front of the user's extension will work.

Could I just create a rule like this, though:

voice translation-rule 10
rule 1 /133/ /1234567890/
voice translation-profile xforming_calling
translate calling 10

Then apply it to a new outgoing dial peer like this:

dial-peer voice xx pots
translation-profile outgoing xforming_calling

Yup. This shld work
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