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Sip Trunk IP Office 500 V2 8.1

Sip Trunk IP Office 500 V2 8.1

Sip Trunk IP Office 500 V2 8.1

I currently have a PRI already installed, Line group 0 Ars 50 Dial 9
I have added sip trunking I have it working on 1 phone for testing before removing PRI.
My SIP trunk is line group 20 dial 8 .Inbound as well as Out bound calls require 10 digit dialing,where it is only 7 for the PRI. How do i fix it so end users only dial 7 digits for local calls and inbound call work when 7 digits are dialed ? I am using Megapath for SIP Trunks.

RE: Sip Trunk IP Office 500 V2 8.1

Try this short code:
Feature: Dial
Telephone Number = 123
Line Group: SIP Trunk

The 123 would be you local area code.

RE: Sip Trunk IP Office 500 V2 8.1

In the ARS table, add an entry

Feature: Dial 3K1
Telephone Number 123N (where 123 is your local area code)
Ling Group 20

Inbound will do best match routing, so if you have 10 digits in the ICR and Megapath only sends 7, it should still match. However, they should be consistent, sending 10 digits for ALL incoming calls.

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