Sure. I oversimplified the example scenario,but portrayed the same purpose. What I'm doing in reality is running certain existing extensions to a new SIP trunk during a test period. For security reasons, the new carrier only allows outbound calls on DIDs they host. During testing, I have left the external call mask the same and added the test SIP trunk at the top of the route list. If for some reason it were to fail, the call will continue to route out it's production call path using the correct external call mask.
I hope that helps your curiosity. I always appreciate learning new and better ways to do things, so if you have any suggestions or comments fire away. Thanks!
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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