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Redirect Internal Extension to a specific trunk UC560-8FXO

Here is the config..

- 1 UC560 with 8 FXO ports

- 2 Clinics (A and B we will call them)

- Clinic A Ext. = 3xx, Clinic B Ext. = 4xx

- Clinic A owns 6 of the trunks, Clinic B owns 2

- Both Clinics are currently sharing all trunks for outging calls with some priorities assigned to the FXO trunks.

- Both Clinics have different long distance plans for their trunks.

Here is the request from clinic B...

They would like to have any user that dials long distance from their ext. 4xx, to go out 1 of their 2 FXO trunks.  If it's local then it can hit any of the trunks.

Is there a way that the UC can redirect internal ext to specific FXO's?  I don't want to setup a different access code, but I'm thinking this might be the only way.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

James

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Redirect Internal Extension to a specific trunk UC560-8FXO

Hello James,

You may setup the dial-peer for the long distance with the specific port rather then FXO trunk.

EXAMPLE:

dial-peer voice 62 pots

trunkgroup ALL_FXO ---> substitute with "port 0/1/1"

corlist outgoing call-national

description **CCA*North American-7-Digit*Long Distance**

translation-profile outgoing OUTGOING_TRANSLATION_PROFILE

preference 5

destination-pattern 91[2-9]..[2-9]......

forward-digits all

no sip-register

HTH,

Alex

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Redirect Internal Extension to a specific trunk UC560-8FXO

Thanks Alexander,

But how does the dial-peer know which ext the the call is coming from to be able to redirect it to only clinic B fxo ports?

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Re: Redirect Internal Extension to a specific trunk UC560-8FXO

Hi James,

It will not know actually. If you do not wish the other users (from 3xx extensions) to use that port you may need to setup different dialout codes or use the cor lists.

You may setup specific cor list for the phones in one group and another for the phones into other group.

Please follow the following guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_3/vvf_c/dial_peer/dp_confg.html#wp1069133

If you have any further quesions you are more than welcome.

HTH,

Alex

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EDIT: This link for the cor lists maybe is more useful in your case:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_configuration_example09186a008019d649.shtml