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mxone outgoing number conversion

mxone outgoing number conversion

hi guys,

Need to help in number conversion for outgoing dialling on PRI
I need to digit manipulate based on external calling party such that if mitel user using extension 5301 dial national external no , then it should add STD code followed by subscriber no. CLIP on calling party has to be 044 4217 5301 (where 044-STD code , 42175301 - SUB. NO )
If user dial International number, then it should add Country code + STD code + SUB no. CLIP on calling party has to be
+91 44 42175301 (where +91: country code, 044: STD code , 42175301 : SUB. NO )
Currently PRI is not available but need to configure it & test this in trace if system is sending proper digit or not.

I have Define international prefixes[00] and national prefixes[0] and country code[91] under >Number analysis>Number plan.

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

Hi inlsp05,

Appreciate your reply.
Can you elaborate more on this & also your link in not reachable.

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

Can someone suggest how I can take ISDN trace to check what & how many digits are coming from ISDN service provider.
Also what digit are been sent from mitel PBX to service provider.

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

Which version of MX-One, TSE or TSW?

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

I have two system Mxone 6.1 SP1 & Mxone 6.2 SP2.

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion


I have initiate below number_conversion for 5301. Since PRI is not there, created a Q-sig with another pbx

number_conversion_initiate -entry 5301 -conversiontype 1 -numbertype 10 -pre 4217
CLIP on another PBX phone :
After number_conversion : 4217 5301
Before number_conversion : 5301
Individual based on extension i can make number conversion.

But 1st I need to alter number_conversion based on calling party "type of Number" that can be Local/National/International as explained above.
Also how I view[trace] what digits mitel is sending on PRI with calling party details[TON].

Thank you in advance

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

I think the only way to set different numberconversion for your different type of numbers, is to use LeastCostRouting.
In LCR (DNT1 tabe) you have to use different FRCT-Parameters for 0 or 00 or 000..)




In the FDT Table the FRCT`s will show to different destinations.
LCDDI:TAB=FDT,FRCT=1,TZONE=1,PRE=1111; (dest 1)
LCDDI:TAB=FDT,FRCT=2,TZONE=1,PRE=2222; (dest 2)
LCDDI:TAB=FDT,FRCT=4,TZONE=1,PRE=4444; (dest 4)
(FDT table must det first, the DNT1)

RODDI:DEST=1111,ROU=xx, ADC=............1....,SRT=4; (D24 = 1 , Enhanced Sent A - Number Conversion)
RODDI:DEST=2222,ROU=xx, ADC=............1....,SRT=4; (D24 = 1 , Enhanced Sent A - Number Conversion)
RODDI:DEST=4444,ROU=xx, ADC=............1....,SRT=4; (D24 = 1 , Enhanced Sent A - Number Conversion)

then you have to set in the number_conversion based on the parameter TARDEST
number_conversion_initiate -entry 5301 -conversiontype 1 -numbertype 10 -pre 91444217 -tardest 1111 -newtype 1 (international)
number_conversion_initiate -entry 5301 -conversiontype 1 -numbertype 10 -pre 444217 -tardest 2222 -newtype 2 (national)
number_conversion_initiate -entry 5301 -conversiontype 1 -numbertype 10 -pre 4217 -tardest 4444 -newtype 4 (local)
(If you set -entry 5, all extensions starting with 5 are handled in the same way)

(I hope I didn`t forget one step. smile
best regards,

RE: mxone outgoing number conversion

Thank you Norbert for sharing in detail information. I will check this & revert my observations.

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