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DID digit conflict

DID digit conflict

DID digit conflict

I'm setting up a new PRI on a 3300. We've got one DID that sends 9111 on an incoming call. That's problematic since ARS is expecting 9, preventing me from creating a speecall to "translate" it. It's possible to have a different set of digits sent, or change the ARS prefix to 8, but it's not ideal.

Any clever ways around this?

RE: DID digit conflict

There is no easy way around it.
The best one is to always request ten digit DID numbers so at least you have the flexibility to change the digit length yourself.
On loads with DID Service, you can translate ten digit numbers without using SC and it even can be done in the User form.

This is the only way to handle more than seven digits that is the maximum DN length in MCD.

RE: DID digit conflict

Kinda figured that was the case. Since I am the CO in this case (using a Cisco router to send SIP calls to the 3300 via PRI) I was able to modify the digits it sends as to not start with 9.

Thank you!

RE: DID digit conflict

You could program the MCD to either use the DID table aor in the trunk service assignment at a digit and make speed calls that route the 5 digit value to the 4 digit extension in your casw.

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