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6240 DID (or DNIS) routing between trunks

Hey all,

We have a 6240 in our lab with a SIP Trunk, 2 PRI's and FXS loops connected to a ShoreTel PBX.  I want to direct specific incoming DID's to one of the mentioned trunks on the 6240, how do I do that?  I realize I am over simplifying the question but I am not familiar with the Adtran OS.

Thank you,

Paul.

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Re: 6240 DID (or DNIS) routing between trunks

Generically, you create one or more voice grouped-trunk profiles. Each of them contains a list of destination patterns, kind-of-regular-expression-ish, of numbers to accept and/or reject. A cost can be assigned to each pattern.

Each grouped-trunk has one or more voice trunks associated with it.

When a destination pattern arrives, it is compared to the "accept" patterns of the voice grouped-trunks on the unit. Most specific match wins. In case of a tie for most specific, lowest cost wins.

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Re: 6240 DID (or DNIS) routing between trunks

Thank you for the response.  Turns out the config had the voice group-trunk profiles with the DID's, problem was the voice switch was sending 4 digit DNIS and the DID's in the config were 10 digit.  So the 6240 wasn't matching on anything, I set the voice switch for 10 digit and calls complete now.

Thanks again for the assistance.

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Re: 6240 DID (or DNIS) routing between trunks

Good to hear. An alternative is to do DNIS match/substitute on the trunks if needed to manipulate digits and you can't change the other end.

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