I have something like 30 sites (with 50-60 more coming) and, up to this point, the several contractors that have been involved configuring CUCM for the sites has done individual Toll-Free Route patterns for each site. That equates to 5 RP per site just for Toll free calls (1800,1855,1866,1877,1888).
My Question is this: Wouldn't it be easier to Just create a 9.@ RP and add a route filter to include those area codes and place it in the Local calling CSS?
Obviously I'd have to create a route pattern for each route list but this should clean up my patterns a little bit. (Also slowly working on line based CSS which would clean it up even more)
Any thoughts/comments on this? I know some don't like to see the @ used at all, but I really don't like seeing my route patterns expanding so much.
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