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#433931 03/17/09 09:58 PM
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Anybody great in LCR routes. I want client to dial an eight digit number beginning with all beginning with eight to use the PRI trunks. I was created PRI trunk group 8(7009..7038) and and LCR 01:8 in MMC xxx and in MMC xxx LCR DIGIT 1: DIGIT:8 still this is not working. I dont know what i have left out.

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I hold my own. PM me a list of what you are looking to do.

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From what I can tell you have set the digit "8" as you LCR activation code in MMC xxx. Once 8 is pressed, the following digits are compared to MMC xxx to determine how to route the calls. So if the number you are calling is 876-4782, you could place 8 in MMC xxx with a Length of 1 and a Route of 1. In MMC xxx you would assign your trunk group to route 1, so let's say it is 901. In MMC xxx as long as 901 has your PRI trunks and in MMC 210 LCR is enabled you should be good to go. So now this is what will happen: Press "8" you will see LCR: in the display. Dial the number, "876-4782" it checks MMC xxx and evaluated the 1st digit becasue the length is 1. It now routes the call to group 901, because that is what is assigned in MMC xxx.

I hope this helps.


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Tip that is what I had done previously but it doenst work that way. In fact the length in MMC xxx is for the whole dialed number and not for digit eith only. i.e at least 8 in this case. I have realised that I have to for example if I need to dia 8432 2001, then i MMC xxx LCR 01:8, MMC xxx LCR DIGIT 1, DIGIT:4 L:8 RT:1 then the MMCxxx as you have specified. Then to specify any other digit that might be dialed after first digit 8 in MMC xxx with the same route and digit length.
the in MMC xxx i ahd to put Insert digit 8. it worked with this.


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#433935 03/19/09 09:42 AM
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have you enabled the trunks in lcr table

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Thanks alot i added digit 0-9 with length of eight in mmc xxx. in mmc xxx i put modification to of insert:8 and it is working perfect now. I owe for this and thanks alot.
Sorry I had not followed up. I assumed the OP would. Looks like all is well on the OP's end. Also please note the mmc's were not shown in this quote. We do not allow mmc's above user guide or admin guide in the open forum. This can however all be done either via a pm or email. Thanks for all your input I must say that the techs here are top notch. :thumb:

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Thanks Moderator fro your guide, Did know this I will not repeat again.

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No problem :thumb: every one does it from time to time. I am just glad it all worked out for you.

Enjoy the board. aok


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