Using # in route patterns

Posted: March 28, 2006 by cciestudy in Route Patterns

# is a valid character in Route patterns. If a route pattern contains # as an intermediate digit, call manager will not consider that to be a digit termination.

MGCP will pass the #(both trailing# and the # in between) to the gateway.

H323 will pass the # in between the numbers to the gateway, but sending the trailing # depends on the Service Parameter “Strip # sign from Called Party Number”.

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