Translation pattern question

Good afternoon - I had an urgent request to forward a number out of our DID pool to a satellite phone, which I was attempting to do with a translation pattern. When that didn't work, I tried setting that DID up as a regular DN, but not assigning it to a phone, and configuring the CFWALL to forward to the international number, making sure the cfw partition is set to all international calls.... Is there an easy way to do this? Other than configuring that number on a phone of course and doing a good old-fashioned CFWall.

Yes, I ensured that I had the correct CSS and number mask. As a quick fix, I put an extension on the employees phone, and created a temporary cfw CSS with international calling capabilities and forwarded all calls to the satellite phone number.

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  • Translation patterns - best practice

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    My question is this - what is the best way to set this up?    I currently am removing the number from the directory numbers and setting up a translation pattern to point the number to an end point such as the operator.    Is this the best thing to do?    I would like to know what is considered to be "best practice" in keeping the phone system as clean as possible.
    I appreciate any input.

    I would setup a catch-all scenario with a translation to a CTIRP that would forward to VM and hit the Call handler you desire.  For example if you had the DIDs 212-555-1000 thru 212-555-1299 i would first setup a non-DID CTI RP that matches your call handler dtmf (e.g. 7999 if you use 4 digit extensions).  the CTI RP for 7999 would forward to VM and then the Call Handler with DTMF of 7999 would play your message that number is not in use.
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    This wildcard match would not route the call if there was a more specific match present within the Calling Search Space for the Gateway.  So if extension 1050 was present it would route to that phone, but if extension 1051 was a terminated or unused number it would not be present and therefore the call would hit the translation and be routed to the "number not in use" call handler.
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  • Translation Pattern for a Route Pattern

    I´m trying to make a translation pattern for a route pattern to add a * or a # in the end of the number I'm dialing for example the route pattern is 9.0414XXXXXXX and I want to change to XXXXXXX*. If I dial 904141309131 I see in the phone 4130913*. It seem to be taking a 4 that belong to the 0414 and it is eliminating the las number that in this example is 1. To me the number that I must see when the translation is made is 1309131* and not 4130913*. Is this the way it shoul be done?

    Did you ever find out how to do this ? I have the same requirement and have tried various transform masks none of which has succeeded.
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  • Query About translation pattern

    HI ,
    we have call manager 8.6 version.
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    will translation pattern pass alphanumeric charactors?
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  • Translation pattern not matching

    Hello All
    I am configuring a cucm 4.2 (yes i know its obsolete) integration with Lync 2010 and am having issues with a translation pattern.
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    Have you tried testing the call with Dialed Number Analyzer? I find that's a fantastic and often-overlooked tool for this kind of issue. If DNA shows the call will not route, it's probably a CSS issue for the Stafford gateway. If DNA shows the call will route, then it's probably a dial-peer issue on the Stafford gateway.

  • Translation Pattern digit problem

    We have created a translation pattern (6925) which allows our users to call an internal number in order for them to get routed out to their external helpdesk via the PSTN (908456016925). Initially this didnt work as the translation patter number of 6925 did not have the correct Calling Search Space to get routed out of the voice gateway.
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    I've also created another translation patter (6935) to the same PSTN number and this works fine ie no dead tone when I dial the digit '3'. In fact I have tested 3,4,5 etc and they are fine its just 692.
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    My first step would be to remove the 6925 translation from CM.  Once removed, I would try dialing 6925 to see what happens, knowing full well that it should not work.  If there are any other patterns or devices beginning with 69 it should fail after pressing the 2 since there is nothing that matches.  I would then add the 6925 translation back in and test again.  Let us know!

  • Translation Pattern Usage Report

    I am trying to determine if a translation pattern is still needed.  Is there a report that can be run?  Call Manager Release 6.1.  Thank you.       

    You can try to check in CDR for the Called Party number (Original and Final) if they match the Translation pattern or the Called Party Transformed number (using Mask or Prefix).
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  • Translation Pattern report

    Is there a way to generate a translation pattern report? We have a quite a few translation pattern entries and trying to copy each one onto a spreadsheet would really be time comsuming. I've searched and cannot find anything, hopefully someone can point me in the right direction or may have a suggestion other than copying and pasting. Thanks

    You can use the import/export option for TPs.
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  • Translation Pattern - X wildcard not working.

    I am trying to translate any calls from a certain CSS to extension 4900-4999 to a single extension (8114). I tried using 49XX as the
    Translation Pattern, 8114 as the Called Party Transform Mask, and the partiton for this is the first in the CSS list. This is not just calls directly to the dialed extention (4950), but if I change the Translation Pattern to 4950 it works just fine (goes to 8114 like desired). The partition 4950 is located in is halfway down the list in the CSS. Is there a particular reason the X wildcard is not working in this instance?

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  • Translation Pattern

    Hello guys,
    Our new branch in NY has the DIDs in the range 40XX. The extensions in Our HQ in Boston are in the range 79XX. I asked telco to route those NY DIDs(40XX) to the Boston PRI but they say it wouldn't be possible before 30 days. I am in a big trouble and need to make this happen today. We have some extra DIDs in the range 75XX that we are not using them for now. My idea is to ask telco to map those 40XX DIDs to 75XX DIDs in Boston and use Translation Pattern in CCM to route the incoming calls to NY.
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    Just like you said all you need to do is create a TP that translates 75XX to 40XX, so here is what you do:
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  • How do you translate the questions on the Tricia Crack app

    How do you translate the questions on the Tricia Crack?

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  • Need help Creating a translation pattern that adds dial out digits to incoming calls

    I came across an article yesterday and it showed the steps how to fix Missed Call/Received Call numbers so that you can dial them from the menu correctly (auto-add a 9, etc.)?
    I tried it this morning and came up with this translation pattern:
    voice translation-rule 6
    rule 1 /^201\(.*\)/ /8\1/
    rule 2 /\(..........\)/ /81\1/
    voice translation-profile filter_Incoming
    translate calling 6
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    I tested the translation-rule:
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    Matched with rule 2
    Original number: 9082121231     Translated number: 819082121231
    Original number type: none      Translated number type: none
    Original number plan: none      Translated number plan: none
    ROUTER-2911#test voice translation-rule 6 2019121231  
    Matched with rule 1
    Original number: 2019121231     Translated number: 89121231
    Original number type: none      Translated number type: none
    Original number plan: none      Translated number plan: none
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    rule 1 /2015552100/ /2003/
    voice translation-profile CUE_Voicemail/AutoAttendant
     translate called 1
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     description **Incoming Call from SIP Trunk**
     translation-profile incoming CUE_Voicemail/AutoAttendant
     call-block translation-profile incoming BLOCKED-INCOMING
     call-block disconnect-cause incoming call-reject
     session protocol sipv2
     session target
     incoming called-number .%
     voice-class codec 1  
     voice-class sip dtmf-relay force rtp-nte
     dtmf-relay rtp-nte
     no vad
    Can what I am trying to do be done with my current setup?

    Hi patldmart012,
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    rule 1 /^201\(.*\)/ /8\1/
    rule 2 /\(..........\)/ /81\1/
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    translate calling 6
    Because you have not applied the translation profile "filter_incoming" on the dial-peer.
    Could you please provide the exact call flow?
    Along with that, If you are facing issue with calls on SIP Trunk, please collect following debugs in a logging buffer and attach the file. I will analyse it and will get back to you.
    debug voip ccapi inout
    debug ccsip message
    debug voice translation
    Debug h225 asn1 (If H323 involved)
    Debug h245 asn1 (If H323 involved)
    Debug MGCP Packets (If MGCP involved)
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    Router(config)# logging buffered 30000000 7
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    Router# Clear log
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    Router# term len 0
    <Enable session capture to txt file in terminal program.>
    Router# Undebug all
    Router# sh log
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    Mudit Mathur

  • Creating multiple translation patterns CUCM 8.5

    Good day all,
    I need to assign an employee a DID number. The problem is that he is in another state and I've only been able to ascertain that our translation pattern is setup for our state and area code. So how would I go about setting up a translation pattern for his area code? Would I need to create another dial peer?
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    Hi Tariq.
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    Is your provider passing 770XXXXXXX DID to your VG?
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  • Using SQL to update Translation Patterns in CUCM 9.1

    I have approximately 400 translation patterns that I have exported from one CUCM 9.1 system that I want to import into another CUCM 9.1 system as this will save me lots of work.
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    Thank you for the answer, in my case I only need to distribute LSCs to the phones for 802.1x authentication. As far as I understand, it is possible to just update the CTL file with Cisco CTL Client utility.

  • How many times is my Translation Pattern being used?

    I am running CUCM 8.5.1.  I have about 50 or so translation patterns.  Is there a report that can tell me how many times each translation pattern is being used daily or weekly?

    Here is the entire setup and my problem.
         Service Provider is sending 9725 and 3131. 
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