[OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial

2014-08-06 Thread Ben John
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
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Re: [OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial

2014-08-06 Thread Devakanth Gangavarapu
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

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Re: [OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial

2014-08-06 Thread Ben John
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: ccie_voice@onlinestudylist.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
  

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Re: [OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial

2014-08-06 Thread Josh Petro
You really should forget the nine and add a plus to future proof your dial
plan. Its best practice too. Plenty of Cisco docs on jow to do that.
On Aug 6, 2014 8:35 PM, Ben John benjoh...@hotmail.com wrote:

 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: ccie_voice@onlinestudylist.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

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Re: [OSL | CCIE_Voice] How to add 9 to the Redial

2014-08-06 Thread Devakanth Gangavarapu
Either or any one of them

Like I said it depends on ur setup and what ur provider is sending in

Dev
On 7/08/2014 12:35 PM, Ben John benjoh...@hotmail.com wrote:

 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: ccie_voice@onlinestudylist.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

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