I am setting up a CUCM 7.1 system and am using the Great Britain Numbering Plan.
I want users to be able to dial # to signal End of Dialling and have a question about setting up route filters for this.
For international access I would use the clause below:
COUNTRY-CODE EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS EXISTS AND NATIONAL-NUMBER EXISTS
If I want to add support for using # to signal end of dialling the clause would be:
COUNTRY-CODE EXISTS AND END-OF-DIALING EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS EXISTS AND NATIONAL-NUMBER EXISTS
My question is do these need to be two separate route filters or can I combine them into one using the clause below:
(COUNTRY-CODE EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS EXISTS AND NATIONAL-NUMBER EXISTS) OR (COUNTRY-CODE EXISTS AND END-OF-DIALING EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS EXISTS AND NATIONAL-NUMBER EXISTS)
Unfortunately I do not have gateways available for testing and will have limited time during the switchover from the existing CCM4.2 servers to verify the operation so it would be good to know in advance.
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