tman701 at gmail
Feb 4, 2011, 9:07 AM
Post #3 of 4
Re: Redirecting Diversion Header Delivery - Outbound SIP trunk call forward
[In reply to]
I had to take care of this same issue and did it two ways.
First way is not as nice and neat but it works. I did it using the below
commands on the GW:
voice class sip-profiles 44
request INVITE sip-header Diversion modify "(2...)@" "954713\1@" ------>
matches the 4 digit internal extensions in SIP header and replaces it with
the npa-nxx of the DID allowed on that sip trunk.
dial-peer voice 101 voip ----> Dial peer to sip provider
voice-class sip profiles 44
Other way was to create a separate partition/CSS just for Cfwd. On the RL I
left the Calling party transform mask empty, left the "Use Calling
party/external mask" as default.
On the RG in "outbound calls" I left the "Calling party selection" as
On the SIp trunk in "outbound calls" i also left the "Calling party
selection" as originator and the rest as default. This was on cucm 7.1 with
CUBE 12.4.22T I think.
Hope that helps somewhat.
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Bill Riley <bill [at] hitechconnection>wrote:
> I have a SIP trunk from Quest. They require the outbound caller-ID to be a
> 10-digit number assigned to that SIP trunk. When a user places an outbound
> call I have the external phone number mask set to their 10 digit DID. When
> the user sets their phone to CFA to a cell phone the call fails. We set the
> Calling party selection to first redirected number and check Redirecting
> Diversion Header Deliver on the CUCM SIP trunk. Now the gateway sees the
> four digit extension of the original caller. I would like to send the
> original caller 10-digit number as the caller-id but if I canít do that how
> can I send the IP phones 10 digit number as the caller-id so the call
> completes correctly.
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