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uniform dial plan

uniform dial plan

uniform dial plan

(OP)
          hi everyone
       I have problem that My UDP doesn´t work. I have done everything which is necessary. First, I have installed udp table like this, 3xxxx udpcode 890 . Second, in aar analys  table ; 890  8  250 pubu . 250 is route-pattern, pubu is call-type , 8 is digit lenght. Third, in route-pattern 250 , 7  0  3   . 7 is trunk number , 0 is FRL , 3 is deleted digits. Dýal plan was installed as 5-digit udp .
trunk 7 is Q-sig PRI and it works as usage of TAC. Should i install anything additionally  ?

  Thanks for your helps!  

RE: uniform dial plan

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may be you will be happy if you make min-7, max-7 digits in aar analysis table.

RE: uniform dial plan

First put your entry 890 in the aar digit-conversion table and the fill in the proper digit-stuff, which you seem to have gotten right...and ofcourse fot net: aar or ars

Good luck and let me know what happens...maybe I can help you further on if this fails...

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: uniform dial plan

First put your entry 890 in the aar digit-conversion table and fill in the proper digit-stuff, which you seem to have gotten right...and ofcourse fot net: aar or ars

Good luck and let me know what happens...maybe I can help you further on if this fails...

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: uniform dial plan

First put your entry 890 in the aar digit-conversion table and fill in the proper digit-stuff, which you seem to have gotten right...and ofcourse net: aar or ars

Good luck and let me know what happens...maybe I can help you further on if this fails...

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: uniform dial plan

OK, 3 times the same reply...that went terribly wrong... But sure you got the point

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini
www.effecta.nl

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: uniform dial plan

(OP)
When you have a 5 digit UDP, the UDP table discards the first digit of the extension number and prepends the location code to the last four digits of the extension. If you are using type AARCode, the seven digit resulting number goes to AAR digit conversion and then to the AAR Analysis table. If you are using type UDPCode, the seven digit resulting number goes directly to the AAR Analysis table without passing through the AAR Digit Conversion table. If you make the last digit of the location code match the first digit of your extension numbers, then the route pattern only needs to delete 2 digits to produce the correct extension number.

That's a freebie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

RE: uniform dial plan

(OP)
   thanks for your help it is working now , I have installed  min.7   max.7 digit in aar ana. table .
   thank you very much
      

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