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Route Filter Summary

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

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Router Filter Lab

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

Created an ICT between CM 333 and Cm40
IP communicator on CM 40 has extension 2142626000
Remaining hard phones are registered to CM 333 (1XXX range)

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Test 1: AREA-CODE is the 3 digit area code for long distance calls.

AREA-CODE == 214 —-> dials ip communicator if you dial a 1 followed by 214 followed by 7 digits

Test 2: LOCAL-AREA-CODE is the 3 digit area code for 10 digit local calls.

LOCAL-AREA-CODE == 214 —–> dials ip communicator if you dial 214 followed by 7 digits

Test 3 : AREA-CODE == 214 and LOCAL-AREA-CODE == 214 —> This condition does not exist (As soon as you dial a 1, you get busy tone)

Test 4: AREA-CODE == 214 OR LOCAL-AREA-CODE == 214 —-> This will match either 1214 or just 214.

Test 5: INTERNATIONAL-OPERATOR = EXISTS —> IF you dial 9.010 If you dial 9.011 it matches 9.@ because “01” is international access and it waits for the international number (country code/areacode/number) to be dialed and then routes out.

Test 7: INTERNATIONAL-DIRECTDIAL = EXISTS –> If you dial 9.011, it matches 9.@ because the last “1” is international direct dial and it waits for international number (country code/area code/ number) to be dialed and routes out.

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.