I have a translation pattern 900.xxxxxxxxxx - predot with called party transform mask to direct calls to a range of DNs, for example, 9001617xxx1234. It goes via the standard local RG within the corporate network. This TP has urgent priority unchecked in call manager 7.
I then created a RP - 900.! predot with the intention to direct certain calls out of a pstn gateway. These numbers include the same area code numbers but a different range of subscriber code, say 617xxx7890 plus any other international numbers.
The TP always take precedence, as a result calls intended to go out the pstn gateway always use the TP which will end up as unreachable.
This is confirmed by a DNA. Checking urgent priority does not help.
I am not sure how to go about selecting certain calls to go out the pstn gateway.
I tried route filters but the route filter field in RP configuraion is grey out. I am not really sure how to use route filters for this purpose.
If I`m reading this correctly you have two patterns both with the same prefix 900.xxxxxxxxxx (TP) and 900! (PSTN) but you want the TP 900.xxxxx to be used for some calls and the 900! for others ?
What partitions are you using for the TP and PSTN RP to force the TP to be used or are they the same. Since both patterns are generic in that they the prefix are the same 900 then the TP will always be used first since it is more specific due to the x`s in the pattern.The only way you can force the different TP, RP`s to be used is to break out the numbers more 900.1617!, 900.1555! and then have a generic 900! for all others. Bear in mind some countries such as Italy, Germany , Austria and Luxembourg do not have fixed digit lenghts
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