I have question regarding Route Plan - Route Pattern. We have variable numbering plan and problem is interdigit timeout T302. If its short - lets say less then 5 seconds, customer has to hurry up to dial - otherwise he will wait to long after dialing the last digit. What we have done is to make route pattern with # at the end (for example we use pattern 0664! and 0664!#), so user is able to dial # after the last digit. This is working fine but it makes everything complex (and it´s much more work - and also a new source of error!
if you have a certain PSTN numbering that you know it will be a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10, users trying to dail number in this range will have to press # if they dial less than 10 digits and if they dail an exact 10 digit number they will get routed directly here is what accompkish this
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