More config fun.With all of our remote locations, the outgoing callerid is a pretty big piece. We have run into another road block with the limit of 15 outgoing callerid rules 1 being the default and 14 custom. With that in mind I am trying to clean up/combine some of the rules but the syntax is giving me a migraine. Here is just one example of what I am trying to do.For one location they have extensions 3248 - 3253. When I try to add the range of exts I get an error so I must separate them into 2 rules since it does not seem to like the changing of the 3rd digit. SO here are the rules it will allow me to create:
rule 12 /^325\([0-3]\)$/ /9055555555/
rule 14 /^324\([8-9]\)$/ /9055555555/
Of course I have multiple sites that a similar ext range setup so its causing me to use 2 or more rules for each site and of course I have hit the 14 rule limit without completing the config.
So the question of the day is, how do I combine those two rules into one? I have read through the how-to and syntax, but I am just not grasping it to make it do what I need.
Any more help out there?
Would this work?
rule 14 /^32\([48-53]\)$/ /9055555555/
I am running 8.6 now. Whats the update?
Or is the limitation in the cca? If needed I can add more rules via CLI, though I know its frowned upon.
I have no idea about CCA, as it not good to professionally maintain demanding systems.
You can configure 100 rules with CLI (I stand corrected for having said 200 before).
You can also use a COR configuration for that. Certain phones will be forced to use a certain outgoign DP, that will set the calling number as desired, with clid command.
Okay the 15 limit seems to be with the CCA.
As soon as I add rule 16 the the voice translation rule 4, CCA drops them all from the listing. But the rules still work.
While this is okay for me as I know its a change made in the CLI, as soon as the next person comes along and makes a change via CCA, it will wipe out all the rules. While this should not happen as I am the only person with access, it would be much easier if they just showed up in the CCA.
If I go back in via CLI and delete the 16th rule, all the other rules populate in CCA.
I went through the readme's on the new CCA release but did not see any reference to this.
I will keep plugging along and see what we can get working.