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iS3030 - Assign digit conversion on outgoing route ?

iS3030 - Assign digit conversion on outgoing route ?

iS3030 - Assign digit conversion on outgoing route ?

(OP)
how does "ASDGCO" works? I just need to convert one digit in order to use other telephony providers!

ie I need to convert digit 3 to 10773 and 0 to 10770 (10770 is the key access to a particular provider).

I tryed this but it doesn't work properly.

Should I modify the "analysis tree" number 60 ?

Thanks

RE: iS3030 - Assign digit conversion on outgoing route ?

Yep this can be done via asdgco.
do this command didest:60;
this will give you the dest should 18.

then asdgco:18,18,10773,10770;
if you wont to put all calls over this proivder.
your didgco table should look somthing like this.

18  18  1, 107701
18  18  2  107702
18  18  3  107703

good luck

RE: iS3030 - Assign digit conversion on outgoing route ?

(OP)
Hello

I try but it doesn't work.



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