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Question on Dial Plans

Question on Dial Plans

Question on Dial Plans

Hello All,

I'm looking at integrating a new site into our core CM.

I have the list of DID's to migrate over, but I'd like to know how can I determine what available range I can use for a 5 digit dial plan?

Meaning, If I wanted to add these DID's with a lead digit of 4xxxx, for internal extension dialing, how do I check that to make sure I can use it?


RE: Question on Dial Plans

display dial plan analysts, see if 4 is defined as an extension with the correct length

RE: Question on Dial Plans

Thank you very much!

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