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how to reach xxxx-0 (the operator)

Hello!

I have a little problem. We have a customer. He has a E1 interface. He has the number block 1234-0000 until 1234-9999. We are using the last for digits for the DN. Works very fine! :)

Now my problem. Here in germany it is common praxis, that you can reach the operator, when dialing 1234-0.

But it does not work, because i need to set "Num Digits*" to 4 and enable Sig Digits for dial in. But if someone dials 1234-0 the callmanager uses 2340 as DN instead of 0.

How do i need to configure this?

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Re: how to reach xxxx-0 (the operator)

hi there.

i know this problem, heres the solution. (366x)

on the d-channel : (ser X:15)

isdn overlap-receiving

dial-in peer :

dial-peer voice 10 voip

destination-pattern 1234....

session target ipv4:w.x.y.z

dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric

codec g711ulaw

global confg:

num-exp 12340 1234xxxx

where xxxx is the operator-phone or queue.

hope it helps.

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