Creating many prefixes at trunks

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  1. 3cxisti

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    Hi,

    I try to set up some trunks in our new system.

    One trunk should be used for international mobile calls. This results that I must use 60-70 prefixes, because I cannot simply use 0033 for France... The PSTN-Calls (also 0033) must be handled by a second trunk. Which is the best way to separate internation mobile and internation PSTN-Calls.

    Thank you very much for the help.

    Best regards

    I.
     
  2. lneblett

    lneblett Well-Known Member

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    There are a number of possible ways, but I am not sure that enough information is provided to give a "best" answer.

    It could be as simple that if your callers know which numbers are mobile and which are land-based, they could simply insert a number at the beginning of the dial string which would then direct to a specific trunk; 8 for mobile and 9 for land-based.

    If they don't know, then you may be faced with creating a set of rules that identify the differences using the prefix variable in the outbound rules.

    The question is, "how does one know if mobile or land-based"?
     
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