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Why a directory number is given like this \+1404xxxxxx

Why a directory number is given like this \+1404xxxxxx?

Can anyone help?

Deva

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Why a directory number is given like this \+1404xxxxxx

Just go through this threadh, it explained very well in this

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/1322109#1322109


Br,
Nadeem 

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Why a directory number is given like this \+1404xxxxxx

That would be because the DN is programmed as an E.164 number.  Routable patterns use the "\" but other configurations (such as a transformation mask for example only require + followed by the number).

Hailey

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