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avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)
what is the difference between vdn 5551184000 and vdn 15551184000, what is the role of number 1 here?

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

All depends on you dial plan.
You can have VDN and extension how ever you want them.
But they may point to the same vector or what ever, but they will report as separate numbers.

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)
as I see, It works as each other but in some configurations only can config 15551184000, I still don't know why.

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

You can run a CM station trace to determine what things are doing in your environment.

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)

Quote (avayaguy23)

even though I configured 15551184000 but when tracing the result is 5551184000

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

your dial access code is 1 isn't it? I'm assuming they did it that way for end users....

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)

Quote (avayaguy23)

how can i see the dial access code that was configured?tks

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

How do you dial an outside line? It is usually with a 9 or a 1 example 1+8008881255 or 9+8008881255. This can be viewed with command: change feature-access-code

You are looking for: auto route selection (ars) access code

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)
I see ars *9 configured.

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

(OP)
Access code 1: *9, what is the meaning *9 here?

RE: avaya: number 1 at the head of vdn

I guess you need to ask the individual who built the system why they set up the VDNS that way or check out your CDR reports to discover who is dialing them and ask them.

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