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ARS AARLC & RNXTC

ARS AARLC & RNXTC

ARS AARLC & RNXTC

(OP)
I am having a problem with LCR, when trunks go down.  
ONNet I want to dial 55xxx and if the trunk group is down it should add the 0,984 in front and route the call OFFNet.

The normal situation is user dials 0,98455xxx and the system trims the 0984 and sends it down TG150

Can Anyone help?  The Switch is a F9600L on Rel 8.

Many Thanks
Kev

RNXTC
OFN      ONN
98455    195

AARLC
CODE   ARSTB  EDL
*195     15    10

ARSR
Table   POS  TGN  FRL  DM
15       1   150   0   15
         2   165   0    5
         3   130   0   25

ARSDM
PTNo  PRDEL  PRADG  PSDEL  PSADG  ACPOS
5      3    098455   0              0
15     3      55     0              0
25     3     98455   0              0

NP 0:General
AC    ExpDG   Feature   TG   DO  ADJ  Dtrm
55     6        550     150  1         2

RE: ARS AARLC & RNXTC

Kev,
You should have an AARLC entry for 55 , this will give you an ARSR table that you can add your route selections.

AARLC
CODE   ARSTB  EDL
55      xx    10


ARSR
Table   POS  TGN  FRL  DM
(xx)     1   150   0   15
         2   165   0   yy
         3   130   0   25

ARSDM
PTNo  PRDEL  PRADG  PSDEL  PSADG  ACPOS
yy     0     0984     0              0

Dont delete any numbers from the lead of pattern yy.

I also note that you have an asterisk (*) in front of your AARLC entry for code 195. The asterisk indicates that 195xxx is on the resident PABX. This may be an error as your first route choice is over trunk group 150.
 I hope this is of use,

Regards,

Glenn





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