PSTN access code when centralized deployment with CCM

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Apr 23rd, 2009
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I've got a centralized deployment with CCM6 and two sites. I used two H.323 gateways and set the PSTN access code to 9. I defined my route pattern and put my gateways in a route list. My problem is that I've got most of the calls from site B routed the site A gateway. I've thought of two access codes but what if i've got 100 sites to deal with.


Please advice,

Correct Answer by sysjes about 8 years 5 days ago

Define your route groups

SiteA_RG = RTRA

SiteB_RG = RTRB


Define your route list

SiteA_RL = SiteA_RG

SiteB_RL = SiteB_RG


SiteA_RL = SiteA_RG, SiteB_RG

SiteB_RL = SiteB_RG, SiteA_RG

>


Create your call route partitions

SiteACalling_PT

SiteBCalling_PT


Create your route Pattern

9.@ in SiteACalling_PT w/ whatever.RF to SiteA_RL

9.@ in SiteBCalling_PT w/ whatever.RF to SiteB_RL


Does this makes sense?


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mcreilly Thu, 04/23/2009 - 05:32
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Are you using different partitions for the phones on the two sites? If they're both using the same partition and route list, they're going to use the first gateway listed. You probably want to have two route lists, eg RL_SiteA listing GatewayA then GatewayB, and RL_SiteB listing GatewayB then GatewayA.

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sysjes Thu, 04/23/2009 - 05:34
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Define your route groups

SiteA_RG = RTRA

SiteB_RG = RTRB


Define your route list

SiteA_RL = SiteA_RG

SiteB_RL = SiteB_RG


SiteA_RL = SiteA_RG, SiteB_RG

SiteB_RL = SiteB_RG, SiteA_RG

>


Create your call route partitions

SiteACalling_PT

SiteBCalling_PT


Create your route Pattern

9.@ in SiteACalling_PT w/ whatever.RF to SiteA_RL

9.@ in SiteBCalling_PT w/ whatever.RF to SiteB_RL


Does this makes sense?


Please rate post if this helps. Thanks.

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