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Old 04-05-2011, 08:16 AM
jaks jaks is offline
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Question How to administer ars digit conversion

What I need to know is, if I want to set up digit conversion/ add prefix to an
outgoing number for a particular station is that possible?

I have an analog station with extn 3000 for example.
I need that any outgoing calls made by this station ONLY be prefixed with say 2222.

Now, ars digit conversion will add this prefix for all calls, similar with insert digits on route pattern.

I cant find any place where I can specify outgoing rules for a particular station.
Is that possible? ANy suggestions to automate prefix insertion before the original number?
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Old 04-06-2011, 06:37 AM
mskinner mskinner is offline
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If you have multiple trunk groups in a route pattern you might be able to do something with FRLs. The easier method would be to use ARS/AAR Partitioning and place that one user in their own partition. Information on ARS/AAR Partitioning can be found in Chapter 151 in the Feature Description and Implementation document at:

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