Router Filters

Posted: February 13, 2006 by sankar in Route Filter, Route Plan

Router filters work only when @ is used.
Router filter tags change depending up on Numbering plan

Router filter tag descriptions:

* Difference between AREA-CODE and LOCAL-AREA-CODE. If you dial a 10 digit local number then you should useLOCAL-AREA-CODE. If you dial a long distance number (11 digits) you should use AREA-CODE

*COUNTRY-CODE – can be 1, 2 or 3 digits represents country code of a international number.

*END-OF-DIALING – # is end of dialing character for International dialing. This is represented by END-OF-DIALING.

* INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS – 2 digit access code that specifies international dialing. Calls that originate in the US, use 01 as the code. (first 2 digits of the code 011)

* INTERNATIONAL_DIRECT_DIAL – 1 digit code that identifies a direct dialed international call. Calls that originate in the US use 1 for this code. (last digit of the code 011)

* INTERNATIONAL-OPERATOR – 1 digit code that identifies operated assisted international call. This code specifies 0 for calls that originate in the US.

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