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Unread 05-22-2006, 03:28 AM   #1
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I was wondering if someone may be able to clarify the outbound routing used here .

I want to make complex outbound dialing rules between a couple of different SIP trunks.

For instance, under the current design, lets use the following examples

1416XXX. Provider A
1503XXX. Provider A
1619XXX. Provider A
4420XXX. Provider A
618XXX. Provider A

1415XXX. Provider B
1310XXX. Provider B
1480XXX. Provider B
44XXX. Provider B


1XXX. Provider C
61XXX. Provider C
XXX.

As I understand it, in the case of voxalot, I would need to make eleven routing rules to accomplish this. With other methods, I may be able to make Three Lists.

Is this correct?
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Hi Mark,

Yes that's right. As there is no obvious overlap on the number sequences you would need a routing rule for each one.

I'm not quite sure what you mean by 3 lists though?
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Hi Martin,

The example of "three lists" is as follows:

Outbound routing sequence (first in list has priority)

Trunk A
1416XXX.
1503XXX.
1619XXX.
420XXX.
618XXX.


Provider B
1415XXX.
1310XXX.
1480XXX.
44XXX.


Provider C
1XXX.
61XXX.
XXX.



where each provider represents a list this means that I need 3 outbound rules.


IN the current VoxALot scenario, I need a separate entry for each routing rule because each routing rule accommodates only one route

A list of routing rules would allow more complex routing to be set up. with a "group" of rules.

In the USA for instance one may want to separate CAnada, from USA, or Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico for instance. Look at the pure number of entries one would need to accomplish this One per desitination.

In the above example London 4420XXX. is cheapest to call on provider A, but provider A has a Higher UK rate overall. If I use Voxalot I want to always have my calls taking the cheapest route so provider B gets the rest of UK 44XXX.

Please try to understand myt point, as I do not know how else to explain it. The outbound routing could be improved by this meythod. I think it is similar to that used in AMP
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