Calling from Mexico to US

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All,


I have a CME site in mexico that has a generic dial-peer set up to route 9T calls out the telco line.


What is the best way to set this up?

How do you place a call outbound from this site, non-VoIP call?


I do not know how to dial the US from a Mexico phone.

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Thanks,


Rick

Correct Answer by Chris Deren about 8 years 9 months ago

00 - international direct dialing (00 + country code + nat'l number) including USA and Canada.

01 - domestic direct dialing (01 + area code + number)

02 - domestic operator dialing (02 + area code + number)

09 - international operator dialing (09 + country code + number) including USA and Canada.



Chris


Correct Answer by Chris Deren about 8 years 9 months ago

Your generic dial-peer forwards all digits inculding the 9, the quickest solution would be to remove the "forward-digits all" command, but I would recommand making more explicit dial-peers as this one will always introduce inter-digit timouts. Create one for Local, LD, International and emergency dialing.


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Chris Deren Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:46
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Your generic dial-peer forwards all digits inculding the 9, the quickest solution would be to remove the "forward-digits all" command, but I would recommand making more explicit dial-peers as this one will always introduce inter-digit timouts. Create one for Local, LD, International and emergency dialing.


Chris

Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:53
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I plan on doing that, but wanted something to test with first.


How do I strip the 9 so just the actual number outpulses?

Do I just remove the foward digits command?


Everything else look ok?


Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:54
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I plan on doing that, but wanted something to test with first.


How do I strip the 9 so just the actual number outpulses?

Do I just remove the foward digits command?


Everything else look ok?


Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:54
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I plan on doing that, but wanted something to test with first.


How do I strip the 9 so just the actual number outpulses?

Do I just remove the foward digits command?


Everything else look ok?


Chris Deren Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:57
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Yes, pots dial-peers automatically strip explicitely matched digits, so in your case since 9 is explicitely matched it will not be forwarded.


HTH,


Chris

Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:59
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awesome this is what I thought but still new to all of this. more familiar with CUCM 6.1


Now about dialing out in Mexico, how do you make a stateside call?


is it the same as done here in the US, 1---####

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Chris Deren Tue, 09/02/2008 - 10:19
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00 - international direct dialing (00 + country code + nat'l number) including USA and Canada.

01 - domestic direct dialing (01 + area code + number)

02 - domestic operator dialing (02 + area code + number)

09 - international operator dialing (09 + country code + number) including USA and Canada.



Chris


Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 12:10
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Thanks Chris.


I found a lovely little cisco feature that when you do no forward-digits all

it likes to make that statement forward-digits 0

I had to remove the whole dial-peer and reapply the config without the forward statements.


Thanks for everything!

Also, CDW, where you based out of? we are using them a lot for our IPCC and now getting Voice Advantage for a lot of issues I cannot either get to or resolve myself, we have been getting support from Southfield, MI

Chris Deren Tue, 09/02/2008 - 12:29
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I am out of Chicago office, hopefully we are treating you well :-)


Chris

Rick Morris Tue, 09/02/2008 - 09:54
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I plan on doing that, but wanted something to test with first.


How do I strip the 9 so just the actual number outpulses?

Do I just remove the foward digits command?


Everything else look ok?


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