I've read through the messages but maybe I'm missing something. How do you configure toll-bypass for certain area codes? For instance, I want to route Canada calls from a Canada site. For instance, if someone dials 91905xxxxxxx I want it to translate to 9905xxxxxxx and dial from the Canada Office. Is this possible? I want everything else to route normally.
Create a route pattern, 91.905XXXXXXX and Use Discard Digit to strip 91, and Prefix Digit to add a 9 in either the Route Pattern or Route List (preferred) configs. Choose the gateway at the Canada location to send the call out.
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