I was wondering is the best practice to have one route pattern per ERL.. I was taking over a account and they have over 200 erl's but only 20 route patterns so I am wondering why someone would do this.. One reason I could think of is so that all 911 calls some person like security gets all calls and then they call 911 . Kinda defeats teh cer purpose. I always deploy using usally a one to one or a wild card several erl's to a songle route pattern
I was just curious what others would do in this type of scenario
I typically use as few of route patterns as I can get away with. If you have the check box for "Use Calling Parties External Phone Mask" checked in CER and your route patterns all point to the same RL there is no point in creating all seperate route patterns.
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