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Cisco, Translation-Rule Problem.

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    Shafraz
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    Hello,

    I am having a Cisco 3810 and need to add around 30 translation rules to a single POTS.

    I have created 30 Rules namely:

    Translation-Rule 1
    Translation-Rule 2
    Translation-Rule 3

    in which, each of them have 10 rules (Which is the maximum allowed per Translation Tag)

    Now when I try to apply the Rule to the POTS, I find I can ONLY APPLY ONE Rule, whereas I NEED to apply all 3 (Or rather, all 30).

    Is there any way I could achieve this? (Below my rules are shown)

    ————————————————————-

    translation-rule 1
    Rule 1 ^6658349936440 49345
    Rule 2 ^6658349698484 49345
    Rule 3 ^6658449994394 49345
    Rule 4 ^66583495004 49345
    Rule 5 ^66583495900 49345
    Rule 6 ^66583498 49345
    Rule 7 ^6658349434499 49345
    Rule 8 ^66583499908 49345
    Rule 9 ^66583499498 49345
    Rule 10 ^66583495449 49345
    !
    translation-rule 2
    Rule 1 ^66583495995 49345
    Rule 2 ^66588499488 49345
    Rule 3 ^66583899439 49345
    Rule 4 ^6658349999 49345
    Rule 5 ^6658349934 49345
    Rule 6 ^665834943 49345
    Rule 7 ^66583999900 49345
    Rule 8 ^665834949999 49345
    Rule 9 ^665834959954 49345
    Rule 10 ^665834960499 49345
    !
    translation-rule 3
    Rule 1 ^66583496446 49345
    Rule 2 ^665834944 49345
    Rule 3 ^6658549954889 49345
    Rule 4 ^6658549968689 49345
    Rule 5 ^6658349343049 49345
    Rule 6 ^6658349459940 49345
    Rule 7 ^6658949996 49345
    Rule 8 ^665834988894 49345
    Rule 9 ^6658349544546 49345
    Rule 10 ^6658349544454 49345

    !
    dial-peer voice 1 pots
    destination-pattern 6658T
    translate-outgoing called 1

    #27224 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
    Guest

    You can use TCL application to handle these calls, and do any number of number translations inside of that application

    #27225 Reply
    Shafraz
    Guest

    Where do I find the TCL Application?

    #27226 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
    Guest

    The TCL application is used to handle every VoIP call in Cisco. If you do not configure the specific application on the dial-peer, the DEFAULT application is used. You can replace it with something else. On the site of Porta Software (www.portaone.com, store.portaone.com) there are several advanced TCL applications, “Advanced Remote Authenticate” even contains the translation rule – you can get it and use as an example.

    #27227 Reply
    Shafraz
    Guest

    Thank You so much for your adivce.
    Can you please tell me, What is the DEFAULT TCL application on Cisco, and how do I configure it?

    #27228 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
    Guest

    show call application voice summary, show call application voice session

    #27229 Reply
    ydn
    Guest

    i have same case for translate-rule for more than 50 number.

    #27230 Reply
    Kiran
    Guest

    Hi Shafraz,
    Even you can write a TCL application for yourself. If your issue is just number translation, then Andrew is quite right. You can even control the translations from a database if you develop the application and configure it to your dial-peer.

    #27231 Reply
    tcl script for translate-rule
    Guest

    any one can give a example script to translate-rule ?

    #27232 Reply
    Kiran
    Guest
    #27233 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
    Guest

    Do a search in Google for “Advanced remote authenticate” – this script has built-in translation rules, configurable from Cisco config

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