Dev, the second option you said "add a 9 to the calling number on the incoming translation pattern on CUCM using the Prefix under the calling party transformation mask". Is this done at the DP level or on the SIP trunk ?
Thanks, Ben Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2014 09:25:05 +1200 Subject: Re: [OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial From: devakanth2...@gmail.com To: benjoh...@hotmail.com CC: email@example.com Hi Ben You can do this many ways 1. you can use voice translation rules on the SIP CUBE's to add a 9 on the incoming dial-peer (Recommended) 2. You can add a 9 to the calling number on the incoming translation pattern on CUCM using the Prefix under the calling party transformation mask 3. You can create a route pattern "\+001.!" with the partition same as the SIP CUBE partition with a discard digit PREDOT and prefix 90 on the called party transformation mask (To achieve this you will have to strip off the 0 in the calling number on SIP CUBE while coming in) (this is a bit complicated but often used) (We are using this for all our 32 clients) Please get back to me if you have any further questions Cheers Dev On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 10:19 PM, Ben John <benjoh...@hotmail.com> wrote: I am running CUBE (SIP TRUNK) as my gateway it is not an H323 or MGCP gateway. I want to view a number from the RECEIVED or MISSED calls directory and be able to simply highlight one of those OUTSIDE numbers and press dial and it will actually dial the number. The problem is that I dial "9" to get an outside line. I don't want to press edit and add the 9 in front of these numbers, I just simply want to be able to highlight those numbers, press dial and the system will automaticaly add 9 for the outside line then dial the number that was highlighted. Can someone shows me how to do this in CUCM 9.1.2 ? Thanks Ben _______________________________________________ Free CCIE R&S, Collaboration, Data Center, Wireless & Security Videos :: iPexpert on YouTube: www.youtube.com/ipexpertinc
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