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Redirecting 4 or 5 digit number to PSTN 10 digit

Hi,

 

Hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

I am trying to have a dialled number such as 7777 or 9.7777 being sent out the pstn as a number like 555-444-7777.

I've tried with both a TP and a RP and can't get either to work properly, and think I'm just grinding my wheels at this point.

any help appreciated.

 

thanks

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Did you try route pattern

Did you try route pattern with predot and prefix on it?

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New Member

Yes, with, without

Yes, with, without

I would run a DNA on 9.7777

I would run a DNA on 9.7777 and. 9.14085557777 and see wat is different.
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Will do on Monday as soon as

Will do on Monday as soon as I figure out what a DNA is. Thanks

Dialed number analyzer. Its

Dialed number analyzer. Its under Unified serviceability.
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Awesome. Thanks for your help

Awesome. Thanks for your help.

New Member

Alright, I'm a little

Alright, I'm a little confused by this.

 

I can get it to work with a TP, but not with a RP.

Everything looks the exact same except the TP has the CSS and the RP is directed to a(the)RL.

The RP is blocked.

I'm stumped.

 

 

Can you post an expanded

Can you post an expanded screen shot of both?

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sure. 

sure.

 

I was actually referring to

I was actually referring to the DNA output.
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Ha, sorry. I'll have to do

Ha, sorry. I'll have to do that on Monday. 

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here are some editted xml

here are some editted xml files of the TP and RP. looks like no xml files, so I added txt extensions on to them.

 

I think I am missing something really easy here, such as, you can't do that with RP's, even though it looks like you can.

 

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