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Route Filter / Dialing Pause

Hi. I've recently set up partitions etc to help control toll and long distance dialing. I set up some route filters that limit which area codes can be dialed (I think / I hope!). However, in my custom made filters, when a "restricted" phone dials an outside number it takes a long for the call to actually go through... Is there something I can add or change in my route filter to make it recognize the end of dialing sooner?

(AREA-CODE DOES-NOT-EXIST) OR

(AREA-CODE == 408) OR

(LONG-DISTANCE-DIRECT-DIAL DOES-NOT-EXIST AND LONG-DISTANCE-OPERATOR DOES-NOT-EXIST) OR

(AREA-CODE == 800) OR

(AREA-CODE == 877) OR

(AREA-CODE == 888) OR

(AREA-CODE == 866) OR

(AREA-CODE == 650) OR

(AREA-CODE == 415) OR

(AREA-CODE == 831) OR

(AREA-CODE == 510) OR

(LOCAL-AREA-CODE DOES-NOT-EXIST)

Thanks,

-JDN

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Re: Route Filter / Dialing Pause

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Thank you for posting.

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Re: Route Filter / Dialing Pause

You don't show the route patterns. My guess is your using a generic pattern like 9.1@

My suggestion would be to try very specific patterns. For example:

9.18[^1-5][^1-5]XXXXXXX would cover the 800/866/877/888 dialing.

Then I'd build a specific route pattern for each of the 1+ dialing schemes you want to allow with no route filters, for example:

9.1650XXXXXXX

9.1415XXXXXXX

9.1813XXXXXXX

9.1510XXXXXXX

Give that a try, I'll bet you solve the delays as the system can now find exact matches.

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