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CCM 4.1(3) - DialPlan 7-digit dialing Configuration

Hi. Currently I have a CallManager cluster providing services on different cities. Now we are moving a new office to the IPT cluster and the city dials 7-digit local calls dialing within the location and 10-digit local calls and 11-digit LD, etc..

What is the best approach for adding the 7-digit and 10-digit routes.. currently I'm not using the @ anywhere in the CallManager and I don't want to use it. Also adding unique route-patterns for all the 7-digit dialing is not the best approach as there are lots of routes.. Gateway is using MGCP.

Thanks in advanced,

-Jose

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Re: CCM 4.1(3) - DialPlan 7-digit dialing Configuration

If you do not want to use Route Filters, your best and easiest option is to add 9.[2-9]XXXXXX route pattern belonging to Local parition.

HTH,

Chris

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Re: CCM 4.1(3) - DialPlan 7-digit dialing Configuration

OK but then there is also a 9.[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX route for local calls using 10-digit dialing and that will overlaps with the 7-digit dialing.... any idea besides using the # for end of dialing and/or adding all 7-digit specific routes that are lots of them?

Thanks in advanced,

-Jose

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Re: CCM 4.1(3) - DialPlan 7-digit dialing Configuration

Instead of using 9.[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX use the area code as your 2nd through 5th digits. For example:

9.[2-9]XXXXXX - for 7 digit local

9.212[2-9]XXXXXX - 10 digit local

9.315[3-9]XXXXXX - 10 digit local

9.1[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX - Long distance

replacing the 212 and the 315 examples with area codes that are local to your area.

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