Per our conversation this is a limitation of programing and the work around is to builld out the full dialplan and options for each site. This causes quite a bit of double work to implement. I have played around and can work around the issue by selecting the NA dialplan and not selecting a DN block, then assigning it through AD during the sync. I think the ability to have a less than full number avaible block is needed. The full number block may be best practice, I see it as more hassle for small site deployments who generally do not have e194 number blocks for phones. We do a good bit of business in the ~1000 phone market and I have not seen a site in the past year that it makes time or feature since to deploy as 11 Digit extensions and then translate back to 4 or 5 digit.
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Change in ASD Automatic Software Download Feature
Dec 13th, 2019
Cisco RV160, 260, 340, and 345 Series Routers
Due to an API change in Cisco’s software download platform the Automatic Download Feature (ASD) on RV series routers will be temporarily ...
SFP Module Support List for RV160x and RV260x Devices
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