Incorrect route pattern selected

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Aug 20th, 2008
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My one location has route patterns out of which one is local,long, international


Wwhen I make 7 digit local calls, it is not using local rp but using long distance inspite of the fact, device CSS has local partition in priority first than long distance

Here is DA for the call.

Can anyone point why it selects long and says local rp as ALTERNATE.



08/20/2008 09:13:46.052 CCM|Digit analysis: match(pi="1", fqcn="3204", cn="3204",plv="5", pss="Part-Fontana-911:Part-Line1:Part-Voicemail:Part-Fontana-Local:Part-Fontana-LongDistance:Part-Fontana-International:Part-Fontana-Internal:Part-Telescams", TodFilteredPss="Part-Fontana-911:Part-Line1:Part-Voicemail:Part-Fontana-Local:Part-Fontana-LongDistance:Part-Fontana-International:Part-Fontana-Internal:Part-Telescams", dd="93228189",dac="1")|<CLID::CCMPUB01-Cluster><NID::10.0.1.3><CT::2,100,119,1.486372><IP::10.0.2.7><DEV::SEP000DED9572AB>

08/20/2008 09:13:46.052 CCM|Digit analysis: analysis results|<CLID::CCMPUB01-Cluster><NID::10.0.1.3><CT::2,100,119,1.486372><IP::10.0.2.7><DEV::SEP000DED9572AB>

08/20/2008 09:13:46.052 CCM||PretransformCallingPartyNumber=3204

|CallingPartyNumber=3204

|DialingPartition=Part-Fontana-LongDistance

|DialingPattern=9.@

|DialingRoutePatternRegularExpression=(9)([2-9][02-9]X)(XXXX)

|DialingWhere=

|PatternType=National

|PotentialMatches=ExclusivelyOffnetPotentialMatchesExist

|DialingSdlProcessId=(0,0,0)

|PretransformDigitString=93228189

|PretransformTagsList=ACCESS-CODE:OFFICE-CODE:SUBSCRIBER

|PretransformPositionalMatchList=9:322:8189

|CollectedDigits=3228189

|UnconsumedDigits=

|TagsList=OFFICE-CODE:SUBSCRIBER

|PositionalMatchList=322:8189

|VoiceMailbox=5189

|VoiceMailCallingSearchSpace=

{

E67375C8-5665-4473-8949-0DAC99129481}

|VoiceMailCallingSearchSpace=Part-Line1:Part-Voicemail:Part-Fontana-LongDistance

|VoiceMailPilotNumber=5099

|AlertingName=

|RouteBlockFlag=RouteThisPattern

|RouteBlockCause=0

|InterceptPartition=

|InterceptPattern=

|InterceptWhere=

|InterceptSdlProcessId=(0,0,0)

|InterceptSsType=0

|InterceptSsKey=0

|OverlapSendingFlagEnabled=0

|WithTags=

|WithValues=

|CallingPartyNumberPi=NotSelected

|ConnectedPartyNumberPi=NotSelected

|CallingPartyNamePi=NotSelected

|ConnectedPartyNamePi=NotSelected

|CallManagerDeviceType=NoDeviceType

|PatternPrecedenceLevel=Routine

|CallableEndPointName=[ED20D4AD-0B98-440C-B14C-5F0E019F5C18]

|PatternNodeId=[709BCDC2-D1BE-49CB-84E7-5A312008D28C]

|AARNeighborhood=[]

|AlternateMatches=

{

|Partition=Part-Fontana-Local

{

<

|RoutePattern=9.[2-9]XXXXXX

|PatternType=Enterprise

|NetworkLocation=OffNet

|CallManagerDeviceType=NoDeviceType

|PatternPrecedenceLevel=PlDefaultOutsideDialtone=

|DeviceOverride=

>

}

}

{

|Partition=Part-Fontana-LongDistance

{

<

|RoutePattern=9.@

|Pattern=(9)([2-9]X[02-9])(XXXX)

|TagsList=ACCESS-CODE:OFFICE-CODE:SUBSCRIBER

|PatternType=National

|NetworkLocation=OffNet

|CallManagerDeviceType=NoDeviceType

|PatternPrecedenceLevel=PlDefaultOutsideDialtone=

|DeviceOverride=

>

}

}

|TranslationPatternDetails=

|OffNetPattern=OffNetOutsideDialtone=

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Michael Owuor Wed, 08/20/2008 - 10:18
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Hi Kadambari,


Closest-match routing is used to determine which route pattern matches the number most closely and the call is routed using that route pattern. Order of partitions in the CSS is only used to break a tie when two or more patterns in different partitions match equally.


The route pattern in the LD partition is 9.@, which includes several patterns, including (9)([2-9]X[02-9])(XXXX) which is a closer match for the dialed number than the route pattern in the local partition, which is 9.[2-9]XXXXXX.


If the route pattern in the local partition should be matched instead, change it from 9.[2-9]XXXXXX to 9.[2-9]x[02-9]XXXX. Since the device CSS has local partition above the long distance partition, the order will break the tie.


Does this help?


Regards,

Michael.

Jaime Valencia Wed, 08/20/2008 - 10:33
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some nice reading material so you understand how this works since +90% of the people think the same way you do about the order of the partitions taking always precedence


Calling Privileges in Unified CM

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/6x/dialplan.html#wp1044276


DNA is pretty useful for this


HTH


java


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