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Mar 19th, 2002
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Hi,


I have a PRI line from PSTN , the number range is 9990000 - 9990029. Does that mean that i need to configure on the callmanager 2 digit directory numbers (or translation patterns ).If i configre a DN 10 and call 9990010 it works, but the callmanager won't let me configure something below that..like 00 or 01.Does it mean i will loose first 10 numbers?


Thanks in advance


Marina

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mimckee Tue, 03/19/2002 - 06:40
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What version of ccm are you using. Do you want to use 2 digit extensions or do you want to use more. If you want to use 2 digit extensions then you would just configure it as 00 or 01. If CCM is not allowing you to configure 00 what error are you getting?


Thank you,


-Mckee

marinaibm Tue, 03/19/2002 - 07:08
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It was 3.1(2c), after the upgrade to 3.1(3a) i finally can configre 00,01,02..etc.I would like to use 4 digit extensions though...Is configuring translation patterns the best thing to do?


thanks

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