Local Call Route Filter with AUNP

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Sep 14th, 2010
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Guys,


I am trying to allow only local calls with a route filter using AUNP. My problem is that if i get local calls out the gateway I also allow long distance calls also. I have tried the following with no joy:


Clause   Subscriber Exists


and


Clause  Subscriber == [2-9]XXXXXXX


with each of these filters i can get local calls out but it also allow long distance calls, for example 07 2333 3333, wheres i only want to allow 2333 3333 with this filter.


What am i doing wrong?


Garry

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Aaron Harrison Wed, 09/15/2010 - 01:36
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Hi


I'm not an expert on the AU dial plan, but can tell you that the subscriber bit will just match the final part of the number (i.e. the last 8 digits) regardless of whether an area code is present or not. That's how it works in the UKNP from Cisco (more or less)...


What you'll need to do is add additional clauses, something like:


SUBSCRIBER EXISTS

AND
AREA-CODE DOES-NOT-EXIST


And maybe also an extra one for:


SUBSCRIBER EXISTS

AND
AREA-CODE == whatever your area code is


Regards


Aaron


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shgad Mon, 04/28/2014 - 09:53
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Hi Aaron,

Are there any commonly used route filters for the Long Distance and International Patterns in the AUNP?

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