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2018-05-11

All Mediatrix Products

v. 42.1.857


1 Creating a Basic Route

Several configuration steps are required to be able to route a call from one endpoint to another.

Steps

  1. Create a route to determine the destinations the calls should be sent to.
    1. Creating a Route from a SIP Gateway to a Destination
    2. Creating a Route from a Physical Interface to a SIP Destination
  2. Create the transformation rules to be applied to selected call properties by creating a transformation.
    1. Creating a Call Property Transformation
  3. Associate the call property transformations to a specific route.
    1. Associating a Call Property Transformation to a Route
  4. Apply changes.

1.1 Creating a Hunt

Context

If you are not familiar with the meaning of the fields and buttons, click Show Help, located at the upper right corner of the Web page. When activated, the fields and buttons that offer online help will change to green and if you hover over them, the description will be displayed.

Steps

  1. Go to Call Router/Route Config.
  2. In the Hunt table,
    • click located on the same row as an existing hunt to add a new hunt above or,
    • click located at the bottom of the table to add a hunt at the end of the table.

    Note

    You can create up to 40 hunts.

  3. In the Configure Hunt table, enter a name in the Name field.
  4. From the Suggestion selection list next to the Destinations field, select 1 or several destinations.
  5. From the Suggestion selection list next to the Causes field, select the causes pertinent to your situation.
  6. To create another hunt group, repeat steps 2 to 5 .

    Note

    Up to 40 hunt groups can be created.

  7. Click Save.

Result

The hunt is available to be used in a route.

1.2 Creating a Route from a SIP Gateway to a Destination

Context

If you are not familiar with the meaning of the fields and buttons, click Show Help, located at the upper right corner of the Web page. When activated, the fields and buttons that offer online help will change to green and if you hover over them, the description will be displayed.

Steps

  1. Go to Call Router/Route Config.
  2. In the Routes table, click .
    • click located on the same row as an existing route to add a new route above or,
    • click located at the bottom of the table to add a route at the end of the table.

    Note

    A maximum of 40 routes can be created.

  3. In the Configure Route table, from the selection list of the Sources field, select a SIP gateway.
  4. If necessary, from the selection list of the Destination field, select an Interface or a hunt group.

    Note

    Leave the Signaling Properties, the Transformations and Criteria Property fields empty.

  5. Click Save.

Result

A new route is created and will appear in the Routes table.

1.3 Creating a Route from a Physical Interface to a SIP Destination

Context

If you are not familiar with the meaning of the fields and buttons, click Show Help, located at the upper right corner of the Web page. When activated, the fields and buttons that offer online help will change to green and if you hover over them, the description will be displayed.

Steps

  1. Go to Call Router/Route Config.
  2. In the Routes table, click .
  3. In the Configure Route table, from the selection list of the Sources field, select an interface.
  4. From the selection list of the Destination field, select a SIP Gateway or a SIP hunt group.

    Note

    Leave the Signaling Properties, the Transformations and Criteria Property fields empty.

    Note

    A maximum of 40 routes can be created.

  5. Click Save.

Result


1.4 Creating a Call Property Transformation

Context

If you are not familiar with the meaning of the fields and buttons, click Show Help, located at the upper right corner of the Web page. When activated, the fields and buttons that offer online help will change to green and if you hover over them, the description will be displayed.

Steps

  1. Go to Call Router/Route Config.
  2. In the Transformations table, click .
    • click located on the same row as an existing call property transformation to add a new call property transformation above or,
    • click located at the bottom of the table to add a call property transformation at the end of the table.

    Note

    A maximum of 40 call property transformations can be created.

  3. In the Configure Transformation table, in the Name field, enter a name for the call property transformation.
  4. From the selection list of the Criteria Based On field, select the call property that must be matched to apply the Transformation.
  5. From the selection list of the Transformation Applies To field, select the call property to transform.
  6. Click Save and Insert Rule.
  7. In the Configure Transformation Rule table, from the Name selection list, select the name entered at step 3.
  8. In the Criteria field, indicate the call property criteria to match to apply the transformation.
  9. In the Transformation field, select the transformation to apply to the call property.
  10. Click Save or Save and Insert Rule to add another Transformation.

Result

The new Call Property Transformation is available to be used in a route.

1.5 Associating a Call Property Transformation to a Route

Before You Start

The Creating a Call Property Transformation step must be completed.

Context

If you are not familiar with the meaning of the fields and buttons, click Show Help, located at the upper right corner of the Web page. When activated, the fields and buttons that offer online help will change to green and if you hover over them, the description will be displayed.

Steps

  1. In the Routes table, click located on the same line as the route you wish to associate a call property transformation to.
  2. From the selection list of the Transformations field, select the transformation you wish to associate to the route.
  3. Click Save.

Result

For each incoming call from SIP or an interface, the associated call property transformation defined in the transformation will be applied. Transformations are executed in sequence, separated by commas.

2 Examples of Call Property Transformations


2.1 Replace 1xxx by 102

Any destination with prefix 1 will be replaced by destination 102 and send the call through the ISDN-BRI1 interface


2.2 Replace the Prefix 9 by 1 800 in an Outgoing Phone Number

For every called number coming from the SIP interface and beginning with 9, replace the 9 by 1 800, then send the call through the ISDN-BRI1 interface.


2.3 Add the 1 450 Prefix to an Outgoing Phone Number

For every called number coming from the SIP interface add 1 450 in front of the number and then send the call through the ISDN-BRI1 interface


2.4 Send last 3 Digits

For every called number coming from a SIP interface, only keep the 3 last digits of the called number and send the call through the ISDN-BRI1 interface.


2.5 Replacing the Entire Source Phone Number by 1800 123 4567


2.6 Multiple Called URI Transformations

For all outgoing calls, send the 3 last digits of the called URI in the invite, display the U037098000 number in the From field, and forward to the SIP server all the 2-digit numbers beginning with 2.


2.7 Setting called numbers NPI and TON ISDN properties

Setting called numbers NPI and TON ISDN properties on SIP to ISDN calls.


2.8 SIP to Two Destinations

For every called number coming from the SIP interface, two destinations are possible.

2.9 Send Specific Host to FXS phone1

On a Mediatrix 4102, send all calls coming from the somewhere.com host to FXS phone 1.


2.10 Allow Specific Number Range

Allow outgoing Sip calls only for users with an extension number ranging from 76610 to 76619, 76650 to 76659, and 76660 to 76669.


2.11 Remove the Prefix 9

For every called number coming from the SIP interface and beginning with 9, remove the 9 from the number and send the call through the ISDN-BRI1interface.


2.12 Add CLIR Feature

Add the CLIR feature to every outgoing call coming from a SIP interface going through an FXS interface.


2.13 Block Incoming International Call

Block all incoming international calls (i.e. numbers starting with 00) by sending the calls to a dead-end destination.


2.14 Block Outgoing International Call

Block all outgoing international calls (i.e. numbers starting with 00) by sending the call to a dead-end destination.


2.15 Anonymous Call Rejection

Reject any anonymous calls from a Sip interface to a Sip interface.


2.16 Calling E164 Transformations

Modify the calling E164 number with the user ID and for incoming calls send to the PBX the user ID present in the ''To'' string of the invite.


3 Information on Regular Expressions

For more information on Regular Expressions (RegEx) refer to: