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AS5300 outbound [to PSTN] call routing by ANI

I wonder if anyone has a suggestion about how can I make outbound call routing in AS5300 based on calling number [ANI]. Or maybe someone can make a suggestion about how we can configure the AS5300 to dedicate a particular subscriber to a respective port in our E1R2 telco connection.

Here is how our network is set up:

SUBS1[Tel #1112220]---ATA186---[IPNET]---AS5300---[E1R2]---5ESS

|

SUBS2[Tel #1112221]------+

Say we want to dedicate 1112220 to use port 0:0 and 1112221 to use port 0:1 for both inbound and outbound calls, how do we do it in AS5300? There is a workaround for inbound traffic as the 5ESS can associate a port to a fixed number. However, for outbound traffic, the control has to be in the AS5300.

Would appreciate anyone's help.

Regards,

Rico

Subic Telecom

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Re: AS5300 outbound [to PSTN] call routing by ANI

Hi Rico,

I can give you a hint which may help you.

on the originating side if you add a tech-prefix it will do your work.

dial-peer voice 1 voip

destination-pattern 1112220

session target ipv4:10.10.10.1

tech-prefix 555

!

dial-peer voice 2 voip

destination-pattern 1112221

session target ipv4:10.10.10.2

tech-prefix 666

!

on your 5300

dial-peer voice 555 pots

destination-pattern 555T

port 0:0

!

dial-peer voice 555 pots

destination-pattern 666T

port 0:1

HTH

New Member

Re: AS5300 outbound [to PSTN] call routing by ANI

Hello,

Thanks for the hint! So it's like assigning a sort of an outbound access code to each phone connected to the ATA 186. Isn't there any other option in which the subscriber won't have to dial an access code? Or is it possible that we make the ATA 186 automatically affix an access code to every call coursed through the AS5300 based on the UID port used by the phone unit?

Regards,

RICO

New Member

Re: AS5300 outbound [to PSTN] call routing by ANI

Hi Rico,

The solution i provided you, if both the orginating and terminating sides are 5300 then user dont need to dial 555 or 666 this tech-prefix is automatically attached to the number and removed on terminating side, transparent to user. I haven't worked with ATA, sorry can't help you out.

HTH

New Member

Re: AS5300 outbound [to PSTN] call routing by ANI

It just so happened that there is only one AS5300 involved in this set up. Anyway, I really appreciate your precious time.

Anyone else who have worked with a similar case or who have in-depth experience with ATA to AS5300 communication?

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