Hello, I'm consolidating two gateways at one office into one single gateway.
Before, one handled DID calls. The other handled this office main number and just used a PLAR on the voice port to put the inbound call where it needed to go.
Now however, I've moved all the lines into a PRI going into a single 1751v router. DID calls work just fine, as do outbound. However, I can't place a plar command on this single voice port because that cancels out the DID service.
So, my question is, how can I still use DID on a gateway that I need to somehow configure a PLAR type connection for this main office number.
I've requested the telco provide me with the DNIS digits (even though this is NOT a toll free #) being sent to our equiptment when this main number is dialed. Is that appropriate? The way it was setup before was a set of four plain pots lines, and all lines used the connection plar to connect it to the same extension on all ports.
I tried entering the "num-exp" command to translate the last four digits of the main number to a voip extension but that didn't work..
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