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When doing digit manipulation, first decide whether you want to do it at route pattern level or route group level. Route group level is recommended for following reasons.

 a. The end user will see the manipulated digits if you do digit manipulation at the route-pattern level. If you do it at route group level, the end user will not see that on his phone.

b. IF you do it at route pattern level, CDR will log the digits including the manipulated ones. So its recommended to do it at the route group level.

c. Any digit manipulation you do at route group level completely overrides the setting at route pattern level.

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Choose either route pattern or route group to set External Ph number mask, Calling party transform mask and prefix digits. (not both). Any time you set a calling transform mask or prefix digit at the route group level, every other setting at route pattern is overridden.

If you set Rgroup setting to Default, it will honor settings at route pattern level. (except in cases where you set a calling transform mask or Prefix digits at route group level).

If you set Rgroup setting to On, it will override settings at route pattern level.

If you set Rgroup setting to Off, it will override settings at route pattern level. Calling party ext mask will not be used.

For MGCP gateways, if Caller ID DN is set at gateway level, it will override settings at route list level. If Caller ID DN is not set at gateway level, it will default back to Service parameter settings.

Route Groups

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

*** If you are adding an MGCP gateway in a route group that uses QSIG, you can only add other MGCP gateways that are also QSIG enabled. Once you add a gateway (with QSIG) in a route-group, all other non-QSIG gateways are not listed.

*** Same applies vice versa (if you add a non-qsig MGCP gateway, all other qsig MGCP gateways are not listed

*** When a QSIG MGCP gateway is added to a route group, the route group configuration page shows the Route-group type as QSIG. (If the gateway is NON-QSIG, it shows the Route-group type as Non-QSIG)

*** H323 / H225 type gateways cannot be added to a Route group which already has a QSIG type MGCP gateway.