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Systems is truncating the numbers while dialing

Systems is truncating the numbers while dialing

Systems is truncating the numbers while dialing

(OP)
Hi
The system is not recognizing the 9 and the 1 before dialing the area code and the telephone number.
ex. dialing 9 1 787 832 4040
i made a trace on the call and i got this:

.trac 0 4163

ACTIVE  TN 018 0 00 07
ORIG  018 0 00 07  MARP 0  4163  500
TERM  012 0 00 01  COT  RMBR  0 24
TDTN    0     SLOT    27   PTY SLOT  27
TTR     000 0 00 05
DIAL    0     10   TTR   46
RCVR    43     SET   9

DIAL DN **7878324040
MAIN_PM  DIAL    AUX_PM  NOOUTPULSE
TALKSLOT  ORIG  14   TERM  14
EES_DATA:
NONE
QUEU  NONE
CALL ID 0 1189

What can i do to change it? the system was working fine.

RE: Systems is truncating the numbers while dialing

HI
Hmmmm
Have you looked at the DMI table for the outgoing route
it may be deleteing the 1 there

Colin

Colin

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