10-12-2007 04:14 PM - edited 03-14-2019 11:56 PM
Our Telco is sending us 10 digits on incoming calls. We would like to strip the first 6 digits, and just keep that last 4. We have 4 digit pattern internally. This is to make our voice-mail accessible from off campus. Does anyone have suggestions on how to do this? Here is what I was thinking might work;
rule 0 /^90774[5,6]..../ /..../
translate calling-number 1
10-12-2007 10:26 PM
If you're using an H.323 Gateway then that should work. If using MGCP then you would need to add a translation pattern on your communications manager.
You can test your translation-rule within the IOS prior to applying to the voice-port:
test voice translation-rule 1
10-13-2007 02:20 AM
the rule you wrote won't work properly.
rule 1 /^90774/ //
Then, you can check the rule with "test voice translation-rule
Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!
10-15-2007 08:14 AM
I must be missing something. I'm getting an error msg.
msc-CME(config-translate)#rule 0 /^90774[5,6]/ //
Incorrect format for Translation Match Pattern
regular expression must be of the form ^(\^)?(\+)?([0-9,A-F.*%?#]+)$
Invalid match pattern string input /^90774[5,6]/
10-15-2007 08:18 AM
are you setting this up using voice translation-rule or the regular translation-rule command ?
10-15-2007 08:20 AM
regular translation-rule, I figure I can use voice version since I'm running 12.4?
10-15-2007 08:35 AM
hi, please use voice translations:
voice translation-rule 200
voice translation-profile strip-to-did
translate called 200
translation-profile incoming strip-to-did
10-15-2007 10:47 AM
works great! thanks.
10-15-2007 10:55 AM
Good to know, please remember to rate useful posts!
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