I have a route pattern ending in 9011! I am trying to end the dialing with #. Hitting the # sign gives, your number cannot be dialed. Am i missing something here, or is there a best practice route pattern I should be using for intl dialing? I thought the ! symbol gave me access to using the # as an ending delimter.
The digit analysis process is hardcoded to treat the hash/octothorpe (#) character as a special character. It signals the end of the dialing string. It must occur at the end of a pattern and, when entered from IP phone, no additional digits are accepted.
Basically, it is built in and CUCM will immediately route based on digits up to and including the #. This is why you have to add the # to your translation or route pattern.
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