Translation patterns for Speed Dials & plant paging
Hello. We have ton of Translation Patterns that we use as Speed Dials. They are all set up as:
- Translation Pattern: *xxx. (i.e., *760.)
- Discard Digits: PreDot
- Called Party Transform Mask: 918005551212
These all work great, but now we have a need to do in-plant paging for some sites that we are migrating from Nortel to Cisco. The current (and published) in-plant paging numbers are *76, *77, etc.
If we set up a Translation Pattern as *76., with PreDot and then the Mask as an extention (that goes to the paging system), that works GREAT - but now all of the speed dials that start with *76 are broken, and they all go to the paging system.
How can we get around this, and still use the published paging numbers, while preserving the speed dial numbers?
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