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route pattern

I'll have 9.1[2-9]xxxxxx for long distance inside the country and 9.1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxx for long distance to North America.I am cencerning that there will be 10s delay when user try to use the first pattern. Anyway to fix this ?

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Cisco Employee

Re: route pattern

One way is to teach your users to add # after they finish dialing.

Since the number of dialed digits are different, you will have a delay for interdigit timeout. Second way to fix this is dialing 8 for international: 8.1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxx

New Member

Re: route pattern

Does # only work when you have a generic route pattern 9.@. In my case will # work?

Thanks

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Re: route pattern

It will work with any route pattern. Make sure you set the service parameter "Strip # sign From Called Party Number" to True.

Or, you can create route pattern with # character in the end, and select the "Predot Trailing #" or "Trailing #" as the discard digits in route pattern or route list details.

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