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.
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
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