Is there a way to configure multiple instances of the same route pattern digits?
We have a PA system in each location and currently with the legacy PBXs, staff would dial 11 to make a page call. Now that we are converting each location to cisco VoIP, I would like to keep the same PA access code (11) for each individual location. Is this possible? I would like to use multiple 11. as my route pattern but use different route partitions that will point to specific fxo interfaces (where each PA system connects to) so a user in one location does not access another PA system in another location.
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