Real World Globalization
I like the idea of globalizing the dial-plan, but cannot find a way to make it work in this real world scenario, maybe someone wants to take a crack at it. We will use Portland, OR as the example. The customer has multiple locations internationally.
1. In Portland the local area codes are 503 and 971
2. 503.765.XXXX is a local call from Portland. 503.856.XXXX is a long distance call from Porland
3. 971.235.XXXX is a local call from Portland. 971.486.XXXX is a long distance call from Portland
4. If the call is long distance, it must lead with a 1 when it goes to the telco
5. If the call is local it must not not lead with a 1 when it goes to the telco
6. The client has 2 pri's, one is dedicated to Local calling and one for Long distance. They have recently signed a contract extension and making changes will be costly.
How do I globalize this without having unmanageable calledd party transformations in cucm? I'm thinking my option is go globalize the inbound, hold off on the outbound until they have a provider that will accept "+" dialing.
Looking for any suggestions.