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Send a code to a CO trunk

Send a code to a CO trunk

Send a code to a CO trunk

(OP)
Hello,
For my mobile communication I use a CO trunk. This works well but i need to send a code(#31#) before the number that i want to call because i don't want to send my number to the GSM network. I want to do that automatically.

Thanks.

RE: Send a code to a CO trunk

I'm not sure but
In the route-pattern can you inserted digits before you
send the call to the public network.
thats the first thing i would try

Greets, Bob

RE: Send a code to a CO trunk

Is it for all dialed numbers or only specific dialed numbers?  If it is for specific ones, you can build a route for that paticular number ot insert the digits in the ars route.  How this is done depends on you switch version.  Further detail would help.

Chris

RE: Send a code to a CO trunk

(OP)
Thanks BobFox.

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