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Dial Plan Question

Hi Everyone

I was watching a Cisco live video on enterprise dial plan fundamentals and they gave an example of a number dialed. They dialed 1311 and they wanted to know what pattern was the closest match.I wanted to know can someone explain to me how they got the 200,500, and 100 digit strings out of those route patterns.

Matches 200 digit strings 1[23]XX

Matches 500 digit strings 1[0-4]XX

Matches 100 digit strings 13!

 

Eric

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Hi,Matches 200 digit strings

Hi,

Matches 200 digit strings 1[23]XX ----- 12XX matches 100 digit strings because of XX , 13XX also matches 100 because of XX , so it becomes 200

 

Matches 500 digit strings 1[0-4]XX ------- By same logic as above , 10XX , 11XX , 12XX , 13XX , 14XX each match 100 digit strings , resulting in 500

 

Matches 100 digit strings 13!  ------ 13! , because ! means any number of digits , so because we are entering 2 digits after 13 , so there are 100 possibilities.

I think that is what you are looking for as per my understanding.

HTH

Manish

 

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Cisco Employee

Hi,Matches 200 digit strings

Hi,

Matches 200 digit strings 1[23]XX ----- 12XX matches 100 digit strings because of XX , 13XX also matches 100 because of XX , so it becomes 200

 

Matches 500 digit strings 1[0-4]XX ------- By same logic as above , 10XX , 11XX , 12XX , 13XX , 14XX each match 100 digit strings , resulting in 500

 

Matches 100 digit strings 13!  ------ 13! , because ! means any number of digits , so because we are entering 2 digits after 13 , so there are 100 possibilities.

I think that is what you are looking for as per my understanding.

HTH

Manish

 

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