i have this question, My AS5400 send CDR for my Billing System ... but the calls or CDR for incoming national calls (Mobile & Fix)to my network are coming without prefix for our local and national calls which is 00962, on other hand calls from my network to other local carriers include the prefix 00962...is it clear?
All other International calls include correct prefixes no problem.
Local Mobile= 0777223344
Local Fix= 064536543
my network= 063000000
Jordan Prefix= 962
Now call from o777223344 or 064536543
to 063000000 has the error where CDR at Billing system without 00962 it is only 063000000 it is not 96263000000 this take us that call comes from Phillipines Fix 63 and not from my network 63000000.
Remember calls from 063000000 to any destination is right prefix.
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