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Can't dial new DN range from another site

Can't dial new DN range from another site

Can't dial new DN range from another site

Good day,

I am programming new phones with a new DN range and internally I can dial the new number range but, one of my sites are getting a fast busy when they try to dial the new number range. The DSC for the new number range on the remote site is pointed at the VTRK connecting the two sites it mirrors the other dial able ranges. I did notice when i did and enhance trace to the number the FAR-END signaling had an IP of I looked at a channel during that had a call up and it showed an IP address on the FAR-END signaling. I must be missing something because I thought I would just have to add the new range leading digit in LD 87 on the remote site.

RE: Can't dial new DN range from another site

Dis-regard I found the issue we had to add the CDP for the number range in the UCM under the NRS

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