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Transfer of incoming calls based on calling numbers

Hello,

we have a BE6K.

Can we Transfer incoming calls to specifics extensions based on the calling numbers?

For example i want all incoming numbers starting with 01XXXXXX to go to 222, while 06XXXXXX to go to 223.

I use MGCP Gateway.

 

Best regards

Mark 

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Hall of Fame Master

Here are good write ups on what to do in CUCM for MGCP:

https://www.byteworks.com/blog/calling-party-number-cpn-based-call-routing-using-cisco-unified-communications-manager-8-x-and-sip-gateway-protocol/

 

http://dbenda-en.blogspot.com/2013/06/cucm.html

 

Here is another doc talking about how to block calls based on CLI in CUCM, which can also be applied to routing, see section:

CUCM Route Next Hop by Calling Party Number

https://www.netcraftsmen.com/cisco-cucm-blocking-calls-by-calling-party-number-id/

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Here are good write ups on what to do in CUCM for MGCP:

https://www.byteworks.com/blog/calling-party-number-cpn-based-call-routing-using-cisco-unified-communications-manager-8-x-and-sip-gateway-protocol/

 

http://dbenda-en.blogspot.com/2013/06/cucm.html

 

Here is another doc talking about how to block calls based on CLI in CUCM, which can also be applied to routing, see section:

CUCM Route Next Hop by Calling Party Number

https://www.netcraftsmen.com/cisco-cucm-blocking-calls-by-calling-party-number-id/

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