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Application Dial Rules

For the Application Dial Rules what is the best way to specify a rule that will be applied for dial strings greater than N digits. For example, if I want to set a rule saying that will prepend a "9011" to any string that is more than 11 digits but may not have a "+" at the begining.

Thanks in advance,

Shrenik

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New Member

Re: Application Dial Rules

"Number begins with" is not a required field, if you leave it empty and specify a pattern 12 digits inlength and prefix 9011 that should work for you.

Cisco Employee

Re: Application Dial Rules

Application dial rules are processed in order, and once a match is found it needs to stop processing. Knowing that you simply first create rules for patterns that start with plus, and next for patterns without to prefix. Also you may want to prevent patterns that already have 9011 at start to be prefixed again. So for example:

lenghtstarts withprefxstrip

14

9011
159011
11+
12+
13+
14+
15+
119011
129011
139011
149011
159011

Make sure you cover all scenarios possible in your dial plan.

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