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Cisco Voice translation rule question

Posted on 2015-01-14
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Quick question for someone with Cisco UC experience.

voice translation-rule 1110
rule 1 /xxxsevendigits/ /121/  
rule 2 /xxxsevendigits/ /124/
rule 3 /xxxsevendigits/ /123/
rule 4 /xxxsevendigits/ /401/
rule 5 /xxxsevendigits/ /402/
rule 6 xxxsevendigits/ /126/
rule 7 /xxxsevendigits/ /213/
rule 8 /xxxsevendigits/ /199/
rule 9 /yyysevendigits/ /199/
rule 10 /zzzsevendigits/ /199/
rule 15 /.*/ /199/

used with

voice translation-profile SIPIncoming
transate called 1110

and

dial-peer voice 1110 voip
description Incoming SIP Call
translation-profile incoming SIPIncoming
b2bua
session protocol sipv2
session target ipv4:***.***.***.***
incoming called-number xxx.......
voice-class codec 1
dtmf-relay rtp-nte
no vad

For the last two numbers in the voice-translation rule 1110, they have different area codes.
The DIal-Peer 1110 specifies that incoming called-numbers will start with xxx, but has no inclusion for yyy or zzz.
Can they be added to the rule? If not, should I change the rule to .......... (just 10 dots), or make two new dial peers and voice translation rules for these area code/dids.

Thank you so much,
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You can keep them in the translation rule.  you do not need to have a separate translation rule per dial peer.  You also do not need to have separate dial peers if the destination is the same by using a "catchall" dial peer where the destination is ten (or seven) dots.   But that preference is up to you.  For me personally, I would have one rule and I a catchall dial peer.  just to keep it looking clean and make it easy as I won't be troubleshooting any issues with dial-peers (unless I am doing a one off dial-peer sending the call to a fax server instead).
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I don't believe they're using any of these lines for a FAX server, however I'm worried that If I either change the dial-peer to a catch all or create a new dial-peer (which would be a catch all), that it might interfere with something else. Might just give changing the dial-peer to a catch all and see what happens! I'll let you know. Thank you!
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well you do not have to do a catchall dial-peer.  you can create a new dial-peer if you like that specifies the yyy and zzz numbers.  Both a catchall and specified dial peers will work.  it is just a matter of personal preference at that point.
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Wonderful, thank you. Everything is working.
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