call routing base on changing param in H323 router

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Sep 29th, 2008

Hi, I need to build a solution using an existing 2811 h323 voice router, to route call diffently each hour.

An internal system can update someting on the router (a param or a file) and the router has to read that information and then route the call base on that info. Do you have any conf example for me ? a tcl ?

1am: DID = 514-555-1212 -> reroute = 613-342-2323

2am: DID = 514-555-1212 -> reroute = 819-331-2623

3am: DID = 514-555-1212 -> reroute = 456-144-1323

I have this problem too.
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IAN PERRY Tue, 09/30/2008 - 00:42

There are sample TCL scripts that will do time of day routing.

Download from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/dev_support/access_level/product_support

You can download a ZIP file with the TCL script and a document explaining how to implement this on your gateway.

This script adds a prefix to a called number based on ToD rules, so you may need to add in some translation patterns to acheive your desired result.

francis.labelle... Tue, 09/30/2008 - 11:56

Humm, I'm looking for a tcl script that can read a txt file (located on the router flash). That file will contain the info about where transfer the call..

i.e. 533-555-1212 => 123-123-1234

533-555-1213 => 332-134-3434

533-555-1214 => 132-366-9999

That file will be loaded on the router each hour (worst case screnario)

Thanks !

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