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Route Pattern Issue

We use the route pattern 9@ for outgoing calls and when dialing a local number with just 9 and the local number (9XXXXXXX), it takes a while for the number to go through. If we dial 9 and the area code-local number (9XXXXXXXXXX), the phone starts ringing immediately. Is there a way to get the local calls to go out immediately without dialing the area code? I would like to avoid changing the route pattern, interdigit timeout or using the # to end the number. Maybe with a route filter? Thanks.

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Re: Route Pattern Issue

David

Early on I had the same problem you are having. You might try this to get a closer match:

9.[2-9]XXXXXX

9.1[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX

9.011!

9.1[47]11

Larry

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Re: Route Pattern Issue

yes i was doing regular route patterns (without filtering) but decided i wanted to use the filters...the stange thing is when i dial 1724XXXXXXX it matches the router filter which says local-area-code==724

any other ideas?

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Re: Route Pattern Issue

Larry

Thanks for the suggestions. Is there a way to tell what pattern it is matching?

Thanks.

David

Re: Route Pattern Issue

Take a CCM detailed trace of the call, on the digit analysis it will show what RP is matching, for example:

09/26/2006 15:54:02.434 CCM|Digit analysis: match(pi="1", fqcn="6004", cn="6004",plv="5", pss="Internal:IPMA:VoiceMailPilot", TodFilteredPss="Internal:IPMA:VoiceMailPilot", dd="7012",dac="0")|<:STANDALONECLUSTER><:192.168.3.10><:1><:192.160.1.207><:SEP000BDB41EB10>

09/26/2006 15:54:02.434 CCM|Digit analysis: analysis results|<:STANDALONECLUSTER><:192.168.3.10><:1><:192.160.1.207><:SEP000BDB41EB10>

09/26/2006 15:54:02.434 CCM||PretransformCallingPartyNumber=6004

|CallingPartyNumber=6004

|DialingPartition=Internal

|DialingPattern=7XXX

|FullyQualifiedCalledPartyNumber=7012

|DialingRoutePatternRegularExpression=(7XXX)

|DialingWhere=

|PatternType=Enterprise

|PotentialMatches=NoPotentialMatchesExist

|DialingSdlProcessId=(0,0,0)

|PretransformDigitString=7012

|PretransformTagsList=SUBSCRIBER

|PretransformPositionalMatchList=7012

|CollectedDigits=7012

|UnconsumedDigits=

|TagsList=SUBSCRIBER

|PositionalMatchList=7012

|VoiceMailbox=

|VoiceMailCallingSearchSpace=

*****************************************

As you can see you in this trace we are matching 7XXX, on your case you whould see tha Route Pattern.

HTH

//Jorge

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Re: Route Pattern Issue

David

Another method is to use Dialed Number Analyzer on the CCM server. You input the calling number, called number and CSS and it will output the results showing the route pattern and partition.

Larry

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