i have an office in the UK and would like to be able to dial over our wan to a local number without toll charges. i set up a route list and a route pattern but when i dial the number i and getting a request for a job code which we have set up for all our circuits except London. so i know its not hitting the london ISDN line but its hitting our local circuit for long distance. i set up this route pattern 8.01144020xxxxxxxx. any help or clues as to what i am doing wrong would be appreciated. thanks
Make sure that the route pattern is in a partition accessible by the CSS of the calling device and that this partition is higher in the CSS search order than other partitions with potential route pattern matches.
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