In CUCM 4, you can read and customize NANP to suit your organization. Is there a way to see what is inside NANP? We have experienced some problems with route patterns and believed they might be related to NANP. I tried to use CLI commands searching NANP, just could not find the file.
You can do a dialing forest dump to see what patterns are included in the NANP. First go to your service parameters and set to True (under advanced) "Dialing Forest Dump Enabled". Then from an IP phone dial, **##*2, you'll hear reorder or annunciator, hang up, then dial **#*4, you'll again get reorder or annunicator, hang up. Then collect the CallManager traces from the server the phone that dialed those patterns are dialed to. You'll get output in the trace file of what patterns are dialable including what is in the NANP.
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