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Secondary dialtone replacement number for 9 ?

We have subscribed for a SIP Trunk to PSTN (service provider) .

The range is 38499300 -38499599 , so the DIDs are 9300 - 9599.

So the Internal Extensions are to be 9300 - 9599 , starts with '9" ,

i can not use 9 for secondary dialtone. which is the best replacement

or solution for this ? Can i use # , * etc to get outside dial ?

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Re: Secondary dialtone replacement number for 9 ?

2 solutions:

Translate the DID to different internal extension.
Or use another digit for off net access code.

Chris

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Secondary dialtone replacement number for 9 ?

2 solutions:

Translate the DID to different internal extension.
Or use another digit for off net access code.

Chris

Sent from Cisco Technical Support iPhone App

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Re: Secondary dialtone replacement number for 9 ?

Thanx Chris ,  Can you confirm if i can use symbols like " # " or " * "  instead of 9  to avoid translations ?

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Secondary dialtone replacement number for 9 ?

Sure, though it may take some time got users to adjust.

Chris

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