Basic Routing Setup

Communications Server 2007

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Assuming that a few users from Redmond, Dallas, and New York are being enabled for Enterprise Voice, here is a sample definition of a phone usages and routes that enable a very basic routing setup.

noteNote:
The phone usage names used in the following examples omit spaces, but this is a matter of taste or convention. Spaces are valid for phone usage names.

Table  SEQ Table \* ARABIC 88 Sample Definition of Phone Usages

User Policy Phone Usages

Default Calling Policy

GlobalPSTNHopoff

Table  SEQ Table \* ARABIC 88 Sample Definition of Phone Usages

Route Name Number Pattern Phone Usages Gateway

Universal Route

^\+?(\d*)$

GlobalPSTNHopoff

Red-GW1

Red-GW2

Dallas-GW1

  • In the previous example, all the users who are being enabled for Enterprise Voice in the 3 sites are assigned a policy of DefaultCallingPolicy.

  • The illustrated route is configured to direct all calls from users with a phone usage of GlobalPSTNHopoff (users with DefaultCallingPolicy, in this example) to one of 3 gateways (the \+? indicates that the leading + is optional).

 
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