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Old 07-06-2017, 05:25 AM
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Default Configuring Dialplan and aar to route calls to another pbx

Hello to all,

where do I need to configure the extensions if I want to call the extension in another pbx?
At the moment it´s configured in uniform dialplan and in aar analysis. Is there a step more I have to configure?

Right now it´s like that in my acm system

Uniform dialplan is like that:
Matching pattern= 72
Len= 3
Del= 0
Net= aar

aar is like that:
Dialed string= 72
Total Min= 3
Total Max= 3
Route Pattern= 90 (90 for the other pbx)

Is there any table more I have to configure?

Can I put an entry into this tables like this?
7283

How have I to configure because the length is four digits? Or is it a problem because both digits are in the beginning with 72?

Thanks for your help

Ralph
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Add 72 as a UDP range in your dialplan analysis table

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Old 07-17-2017, 11:52 PM
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Ok, will try it. Thank you...
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