I have implemented Least Cost Route in the following manner:
A user in Sao Paulo dials:
0[2-6]XXXXXX to reach a local telephone, through a local gateway (Sao Paulo GW)
0021[2-6]XXXXXXX to make a long distance call, through a remote gateway (Rio de Janeiro GW)
These two routes are exclusive to Sao Paulo users ( CSS for Sao Paulo users )
A user in Rio de Janeiro dials:
0[2-6]XXXXXX to reach a local telephone, through a local gateway (Rio de Janeiro GW)
0011[2-6]XXXXXXX to make a long distance call, through a remote gateway (Sao Paulo GW)
These two routes are exclusive to Rio de Janeiro users ( CSS for Rio de Janeiro users )
The issue is: when a user from Sao Paulo goes to Rio, logs in the Extension Mobility and needs to dial to a local number in Rio, he has to dial like if he was placing a long distance call, because dialing only local would call a local number in Sao Paulo instead of Rio.
Is there a way to implement a dialing plan in which the users could call local numbers wherever they are without dialing long distance calls to reach a local PSTN phone ?
How do you normally implement this kind of solution ?
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