I have been tasked with configuring an E.164 dialplan for a multisite deployment of CUCM 7.x
I have always used the "traditional" way of doing a dialplan and have looked throughout Cisco's documentation for configuration examples. It seems that I am finding alot of theorhetical documents, but few that tell me exactly what I need to configure and how to do it. Does anyone have any detailed documents on this subject?
This is a new deployment. Apparently, CUCM 7.x contains some features (local route groups, support for the + sign in route patterns,etc.) that allow a "new" way to route calls. This new way is supposed to simplify call routing in larger multisite deployments. That's what they refer to as the E.164 dialplan or E.164 dialing.
I have found several documents that, from a high level, attempt to explain this new way of configuring route plans, but I find painfully little as far as examples or actually how to configure it.
I'm trying to find anyone who has actually done this and that might have documentation or examples.
I have also been trying to find out what the "new" ways are configuring cucm are with the local route groups, geo partitions, etc. I usually though stick to what I know works or best practice. Im hoping some day to get into the lab and figure out the new features in CUCM 7, but do not have time :(
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