Cisco ASxxxx Translation rule and Restricted calling number
I am using Cisco AS5xxx as the media gateway to carry voip calls from IP to PSTN. When checking the accounting logs i see some calls with Calling-Station-ID is "Restricted" . And then the PSTN network drop these calls.
How can i solve this problem ?. Im not sure that my Carrier send me the Restricted calling number or they send calls without calling number and then my gateway set it to Restricted.
If my carrier send me a Restricted calling number, how will i be able to translate it using translation rule ?
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