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Route pattern help

I need a route pattern for

8XXXX, but needs to exclude the following ranges;

87000 ? 87199,

88470 ? 88519,

88520 ? 88569

I am a bit stuck, and don't want to enter loads it, can it be done with 1?

Thanks

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Route pattern help

The easiest way would be to create these RPs, and put them as blocking RPs, or depending on what you want to do with them put in a seperate partition.

87[0-1]XX

884[7-9]X

885[0-1]X

885[2-6]X

HTH,

Chris

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Re: Route pattern help

I have an inter cluster trunk to another callmanager, the

Range on CM A =

87000 -87199,

88470 -88519,

88520 -88569

the rest of 8XXXX needs to be sent out of the trunk

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Route pattern help

All you need then is the 8XXXX route pattern pointing to CM B. If phone on CM A dials any extesnion registered with CM A (granted it has access to it's partition) it will be more explicit match. If there is no DN matching on CM 1 then the route pattern will be used, again assuming it's partition is listed in the phone's CSS.

HTH, please rate all posts!

Chris

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