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How my system do a outgoing call

How my system do a outgoing call

How my system do a outgoing call

Hi everyone, i have a question about Nortel CS1000B. My extensions dont do the call, and i think that my Trunk SIP dont work fine. First, my RLI go to the PRI and second to the Trunk TIE SIP, with the System Manager. My configuration its BARS SPN. Regards

RE: How my system do a outgoing call

Suggest recreating one of the area codes as an NPA (if you are using 10 digit dial). Since this is a branch office, in normal condition, are all phones registered to the main office (IP)? If so, you will need to verify your ip zone dialing at the branch office. I believe in order for zone dialing to work properly you will need the proper digit manipulation in order to strip the zone number once the outbound call hits the main in order to dial out on your first choice; PRI. On my first comment, SPNs in LD 90 can be very limiting especially when tandem-ing across networks.

RE: How my system do a outgoing call

Keeping it simple and starting w/ the basic first. Make sure your NCOS is correct for external calling.

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