setting up corlist

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May 6th, 2009

hi guys,

i have question regarding corlist setup. can we setup this based on the ephone-dn instead of ephone. for example, there are 2 offices, office A has extension 100 and 101 and the phone number is 111-2222. then office B has extension 200 and 201 and the phone number is 333-4444. is there a way from the phone that if someone picks either extension then the it only uses specific outgoing number?

does this make sense?

thank you

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Correct Answer by Marcos Hernandez about 7 years 8 months ago

It is possible. Something like this:

!<br/>dial-peer cor custom<br/> name office-a<br/> name office-b<br/>!<br/>dial-peer cor list call-office-a<br/> member office-a<br/>!<br/>dial-peer cor list call-office-b<br/> member office-b<br/>!<br/>!<br/>dial-peer voice 20 pots<br/> description 111-2222<br/> corlist outgoing call-office-a<br/>!<br/>dial-peer voice 30 pots<br/> description 333-4444<br/> corlist outgoing call-office-b<br/>!<br/>!<br/>ephone-dn 1<br/> corlist incoming call-office-a<br/>!<br/>ephone-dn 2<br/> corlist incoming call-office-b<br/>!<br/>

If you are using the CCA config, it gets a little more complicated, since you have to work with existing COR lists, but the idea is the same. Hope this helps.

Marcos Hernandez
Technical Marketing Engineer
Cisco Systems, Inc.

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Marcos Hernandez Wed, 05/06/2009 - 07:19

It is possible. Something like this:

!<br/>dial-peer cor custom<br/> name office-a<br/> name office-b<br/>!<br/>dial-peer cor list call-office-a<br/> member office-a<br/>!<br/>dial-peer cor list call-office-b<br/> member office-b<br/>!<br/>!<br/>dial-peer voice 20 pots<br/> description 111-2222<br/> corlist outgoing call-office-a<br/>!<br/>dial-peer voice 30 pots<br/> description 333-4444<br/> corlist outgoing call-office-b<br/>!<br/>!<br/>ephone-dn 1<br/> corlist incoming call-office-a<br/>!<br/>ephone-dn 2<br/> corlist incoming call-office-b<br/>!<br/>

If you are using the CCA config, it gets a little more complicated, since you have to work with existing COR lists, but the idea is the same. Hope this helps.

Marcos Hernandez
Technical Marketing Engineer
Cisco Systems, Inc.

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