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remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

(OP)
Dialing 9171750815x calls are locally terminating. I removed the SDRR of 15 and it didn't change anything. I have no SDRR in NPA 1717, only NXX 508.
Thoughts?

NXX 508
RLI 1 (nothing special going on here)
DMI 1 (DEL 3)
LDID 15 <<=== I removed this, still keeps 9171750815x on switch

LDID 51

LDID 59

SDRR LDID CODES = 3
ITEI NONE

NPA 1717
RLI 5 (nothing special here)
SDRR NONE
ITEI NONE

RE: remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

(OP)
We're not trying to get them to ring in. I want the call to go out normally to the PSTN and terminate on our new system. My DID has been ported to a new carrier and phone system. When I call it on my cell, it rings the new system properly. When I call out on the Nortel phone, it rings on my old Nortel phone, the call isn't leaving the Nortel PBX.


RE: remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

Could it be that 9 is AC2 and you are looking at the NPA in AC1, or vice versa?
Also, do you actually dial 91717508xxxx for a number in your free calling area? Could it be simply NPA 717, not 1717?

RE: remove SDRR to allow calls to go out normally

Have you got Zone Based Dialplan enabled and any entries in ZFDP?

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