Customer has call mgr 4.2. tested new ATT pri that uses 4ESS. needed to set the NSF to 4ESS w/ SDN under the route pattern to be able to call out. Everything works fine but how there will be other carrier pri's in this route list which will be used for overflow. If the route patten has these nsf settings, will it present a problem if call goes over a NI2 pri, for instance? If so, how do you handle it?
we put the nsf settings in the route pattern and they had no ill effect when the call went over a pri not requiring any nsf. guess its just ignored. the digit discard and prefix settings were done under each route group in the route list such that pri's requiring the 1 in a LD call get it, and pri's not wanting the 1, do not have it sent.
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