Patton 4112, Strip leading digit for one line

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  1. powerplan

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    Hi

    I have just replaced a number of Linksys 3012 that I was using as PSTN lines and replaced them with Patton 4112's

    I have one problem, I have one line on a 4112 that requires the first digit stripped off (9) but the second line needs it to remain
    I can't see how to do this in 3CX as the route in outbound rules only lets me select the gateway name and not the individual line address. V11

    Any ideas?
     
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    You have to be using a gateway that allows, and then program each port , in both the gateway, and in 3CX, as individual trunks or groups of trunks. Unless the gateway has the ability to do digit manipulation itself, on a per port basis, then you have to do it in the outbound rules on a per trunk route basis.

    If necessary, you could set up the Patton as one trunk group with X members, then use one of the 3102's as a single trunk group where a digit need to be stripped off.
     
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    Thanks Leejor

    I suppose my question is,


    Can the Patton 4122 be configured to strip off or add digits on single lines, if so how would I do that, I not used to the interface at present?

    Chris
     
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    I haven't used the Patton, but I'm going to guess, no.

    If it allows, just take one port and "point" a new trunk group, that you create in 3CX, at it. The new trunk group route can be added as a second route for the same numbers sent to the "main" trunk group (minus the first digit if desired).
     
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