We have our international dialing routes set as 9.011! and 9.011!#. No discarded digits are set and calling type/plan is Cisco CallManager.
So, for some reason when we make 9-digit international calls ie 901163XXXXXXXXX we have no issues. But if we dial a 10-digit international number the calls dont go through.
The provider says that the 10-digit calls are getting marked as international so their systems add 011 to the dialstring, but we are forwarding our calls with 011 already. So, inevitably, the calls will end up being 011011-81XXXXXXXXXX and have no where to route.
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