call routing in callmanager v4.1.3

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Jan 9th, 2009
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My office in bangkok has a code they can use to help save cost on long distance for certain country. the code is "12345". this is how they dial numbers using the code, 9+1234+(area code)053+(number)xxxxxx. how can I implement this pattern without messing up the entire long distance pattern?

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Jaime Valencia Fri, 01/09/2009 - 07:17
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i'm not familiar with the dial plan but you probably can do this:


912345.053xxxxxx and discard predot.


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iptuser55 Fri, 01/09/2009 - 09:48
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I pursume the 12345 is the telco CPS code you need to send to line or is it the code you use internally to separate the normal Telco links with the cheaper ones. If it is the cheaper link version on the the 912345.xxxxx predot is ok but if it is the telco code and you need to send teh 12345 to line then configure it as 9.12345xxxx and use discard predot. Anothe way is to select what numbers will use the cheap telco so if it is all national calls which begin with 01 then create a route pattern as 9.01xxxxxx and use discard predot and prefix 12345- bottom of the page or use a translation pattern first

9.01xxxxx and use discard predot to remove the 9 and add 912345 in front of 01 and to give ou 91234501xxxxxx then create a route pattern of 9.1234501xxxx and use discard predot to remove the 9 again so to leave 1234501xxx


The difference between two is that the users do not need to enter the 12345 when using the translation method as it will add it for them however if they do then the route pattern of 912345 will also work.

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