Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) Dial Plan Deployment Guide
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Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) Dial Plans

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Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) Dial Plans

Discard Digits Instructions

Tag Descriptions

Australian Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for AUNP

Tag Descriptions for AUNP

Belgium Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for BENP

Tag Descriptions for BENP

France Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for FRNP

Tag Descriptions for FRNP

Great Britain Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for GBNP

Tag Descriptions for GBNP

Greece Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for GRNP

Tag Descriptions for GRNP

Ireland Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for IENP

Tag Descriptions for IENP

Japanese Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for JPNP

Tag Descriptions for JPNP

Netherlands Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for NLNP

Tag Descriptions for NLNP

New Zealand Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for NZNP

Tag Descriptions for NZNP

Portuguese Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for PTNP

Tag Descriptions for PTNP

Russian Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for RUNP

Tag Descriptions for RUNP

Singapore Numbering Plan

Discard Digits Instructions for SGNP

Tag Descriptions for SGNP

Related Topics


Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) Dial Plans


Discard Digits Instructions

A discard digits instruction (DDI) removes a portion of the dialed digit string before passing the number on to the adjacent system. A DDI must remove portions of the digit string, for example, when an external access code is needed to route the call to the PSTN, but the PSTN switch does not expect that access code.


Note A Dial Plan for a specific country is applicable only to that country and cannot be used in another country.


See the following topics for information on DDIs that are used in the numbering plans for specific countries:

Discard Digits Instructions for AUNP

Discard Digits Instructions for BENP

Discard Digits Instructions for FRNP

Discard Digits Instructions for GBNP

Discard Digits Instructions for GRNP

Discard Digits Instructions for IENP

Discard Digits Instructions for JPNP

Discard Digits Instructions for NLNP

Discard Digits Instructions for NZNP

Discard Digits Instructions for PTNP

Discard Digits Instructions for RUNP

Discard Digits Instructions for SGNP

Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Tag Descriptions

The tag represents the core component of a route filter. A tag applies a name to a subset of the dialed-digit string. For example, the NANP number 972-555-1234 comprises LOCAL-AREA-CODE (972), OFFICE-CODE (555), and SUBSCRIBER (1234) route filter tags.

Route filter tags require operators and can require additional values to decide which calls are filtered.

The values for route filter tag fields can contain the wildcard characters X, *, #, [, ], -, ^, and the numbers 0 through 9. The descriptions in some tables in this guide, use the notations [2-9] and XXXX to represent actual digits. In this notation, [2-9] represents any single digit in the range 2 through 9, and X represents any single digit in the range 0 through 9. Therefore, the description "The three-digit area code in the form [2-9]XX" means that you can enter the actual digits 200 through 999, or all wildcards, or any mixture of actual digits and wildcards that results in a pattern with that range.

See the following topics for information on tags that are used in the numbering plans for specific countries:

Tag Descriptions for AUNP

Tag Descriptions for BENP

Tag Descriptions for FRNP

Tag Descriptions for GBNP

Tag Descriptions for GRNP

Tag Descriptions for IENP

Tag Descriptions for JPNP

Tag Descriptions for NLNP

Tag Descriptions for NZNP

Tag Descriptions for PTNP

Tag Descriptions for RUNP

Tag Descriptions for SGNP

Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Australian Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Australian Numbering Plan (AUNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for AUNP

Tag Descriptions for AUNP

Discard Digits Instructions for AUNP

Table 4-1 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-1 DDIs for AUNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00883795211

After applying DDI: 00883795211

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00883795211

After applying DDI: 0883795211

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the AUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 8.0@

Dialed digit string: 800883795211

After applying DDI: 0883795211

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 000116563175666#

After applying DDI: 000116563175666

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 000116563175306#

After applying DDI: 00116563175306

PreAt Trailing #

This DDI removes all digits prior to the AUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international call

Route pattern: 8.0@

Dialed digit string: 8000116563175306#

After applying DDI: 00116563175306


Tag Descriptions for AUNP

Table 4-2 lists and describes tags that are used in the AUNP. For information, see "Related Topics" section. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-2 Tag Descriptions for AUNP 

Tag
Description

AREA-CODE

This two-digit area code identifies the area code for long-distance calls. This code takes the form 0[2378].

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the access code that is used to select an alternative carrier for this call. This code takes the form 14[1-9]X.

COUNTRY-CODE

These one-, two-, or three-digit codes specify the destination country for international calls.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag represents the dialup access code for data services. This code takes the form 019.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of a data service.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the AUNP.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access number for freephone calls. For Australia, either 180[01] or 180[2-9] represents the number.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the digits that follow the freephone access code for freephone calls.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This four-digit access code specifies international dialing. The first two digits for international calls always specify 00, with the following digits dependent on the service. This code takes the form 001X or 009.

LOCALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to determine nongeographic local rate calls. This code specifies 13 for Australia.

LOCALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the local rate number.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to identify calls to mobile phones. In Australia, this code takes the form 04, 014, 015, 017, 018, or 019.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the mobile number.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

NATIONALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to determine nongeographic national rate calls. This code specifies 1700 for Australia.

NATIONALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the national rate number.

OPERATOR

This tag specifies the operator service number. This number specifies 1100 in Australia.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to radio paging devices. This number specifies 016 for Australia.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the radio paging number.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to the personal number service. This number specifies 05 for Australia.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the personal number service.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a premium rate service. This number specifies 190[12679] for Australia.

PREMIUM-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of a premium rate service.

SERVICE

This tag specifies the general services number. General service numbers and emergency numbers take the following form: 110[1-9]XX, 122[1235], 123[46], 12[45]!, 12711, 127[2-9]!, 199, 113XXX, 114XXXXX, 119X, 1830, 183[3-9], 18[59]XX, 188XX!, 197X!, 128XX!, and 000.

SPECIALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a special rate service. This number specifies 197 for Australia.

SPECIALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of a special rate service.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit "local" number for geographic numbers. This number takes the form [3-9]XXXXXXX.


Belgium Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Belgium Numbering Plan (BENP).

Discard Digits Instructions for BENP

Tag Descriptions for BENP

Discard Digits Instructions for BENP

Table 4-3 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-3 DDIs for BENP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9023457891

After applying DDI: 9023457891

PreDot

This DDI removes

Access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9023457891

After applying DDI: 023457891

PreAt

This DDI removes

All digits that are prior to the BENP portion of the route pattern.

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89023457891

After applying DDI: 023457891

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 900314568901#

After applying DDI: 900314568901

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 900314568901#

After applying DDI: 00314568901

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the BENP portion of the route pattern

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8900314568901#

After applying DDI: 00314568901

IntlTollBypass

This DDI removes

International access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 90044208824000

After applying DDI: 44208824000

PreDot IntlTollBypass

This DDI removes

Removes all digits before the dot

International access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 90044208824000

After applying DDI: 44208824000

PreAt IntlTollBypass

This DDI removes

Removes all digits that precede the @ sign in the routing pattern

International access code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 890044208824000

After applying DDI: 44208824000

IntlTollBypass Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 90044208824000#

After applying DDI: 944208824000

PreDot IntlTollBypass Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits before the dot

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 90044208824000#.

After applying DDI: 44208824000

PreAt IntlTollBypass Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits that precede the @ sign in the routing pattern

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 890044208824000#

After applying DDI: 44208824000


Tag Descriptions for BENP

Table 4-4 lists and describes tags that are used in the BENP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-4 Tag Descriptions for BENP 

Tag
Description

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access number for freephone calls. For Belgium, this number specifies 0800.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit mobile subscriber number.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access code, 0070, that is used to dial personal numbers.

SERVICE

This tag specifies three-digit or four-digit service codes such as 999 for emergency services or 100 for operator services.

SPECIALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the special rate (077) subscriber number.

AREA-CODE

This tag specifies the one-, two-, or three- digit geographical area codes.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-digit freephone subscriber numbers that begin with 0800.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the national portion of an international number.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-digit personal subscriber number that begins with 0700.

SHAREDCOST-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for the shared cost 078 numbers.

SPLITCHARGE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for the split cost 079 numbers.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit mobile access codes, which are 0477, 0478, or 0479.

NATIONALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-digit national rate subscriber number.

PREMIUM-SUSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-digit premium rate subscriber number.

SPECIALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for special rate 077 numbers.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag specifies the country code portion of the international number.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for international dialing. For Belgium, this code specifies 00.

NATIONALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the three-digit national rate access code that begins with 070.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a premium rate service. For Belgium, this code specifies 0900.

SHAREDCOST-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit shared cost (078) subscriber numbers.

SPLITCHARGE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit split cost (079) subscriber numbers.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six- or seven-digit subscriber numbers.


France Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the France Numbering Plan (FRNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for FRNP

Tag Descriptions for FRNP

Discard Digits Instructions for FRNP

Table 4-5 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-5 DDIs for FRNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000

After Applying DDI: 90158046000

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000

After Applying DDI: 0158046000

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits that are prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX External access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 890158046000

After Applying DDI: 0158046000

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 9003227045900

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 003227045900

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 003227045900

National->International

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000

After Applying DDI: 9158046000

PreDot National->International

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000

After Applying DDI: 158046000

PreAt National->International

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 890158046000

After Applying DDI: 158046000

National->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000#

After Applying DDI: 9158046000

PreDot National->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 90158046000#

After Applying DDI: 158046000

PreAt National->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Long distance access code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 890158046000

After Applying DDI: 158046000

RemovesIntlAccess

This DDI removes

International access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 93227045900

PreDot RemovesIntlAccess

This DDI removes

International access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt RemovesIntlAccess

This DDI removes

International access code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89003227045900

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

RemovesIntlAccess Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

End-of-dialing digits

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

PreDot RemovesIntlAccess Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external Access code

End-of-dialing digits

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt RemovesIntlAccess Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external Access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing digits

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

Cisco Unified CallManager external Access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external Access code and PBX external access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89003227045900

After Applying DDI: 27045900

International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

All digits prior to the FRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 27045900


Tag Descriptions for FRNP

Table 4-6 lists and describes tags that are used in the FRNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-6 Tag Descriptions for FRNP 

Tag
Description

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the FRNP.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag specifies the country code portion of the international number. For example: 1 for the United States, 31 for the Netherlands, 44 for the United Kingdom.

SHAREDCOST-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit shared cost subscriber numbers.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the dialup access code.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for international dialing. For France, this code is 00.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the mobile access code. For France, this codes specifies 6.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the national portion of an international number.

SHAREDCOST-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for the shared cost numbers. For France, this number takes the form 89X.

SPLITCHARGE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit split cost subscriber numbers.

AREA-CODE

This tag specifies the area code as dialed for calls. For France the area code equals 1, 2, 3, 4, or, 5.

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the access code to select the alternative IDD carriers in France and takes the form 16XX.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag designates the dialup access code ("internet providers-EPAK"). For France, this code takes the form 86X.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag designates the freephone access code, which takes the form 80X for France.

LONG-DISTANCE-ACCESS

This one-digit code identifies a direct-dialed, long-distance call. FRNP calls use 0 for this code.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last eight digits of the mobile directory number.

SERVICE

This tag specifies two-, three-, or four-digit service codes (such as 12 for directory inquiries), excluding the emergency numbers 15, 17, 18, 112, 115.

SPECIALRATE-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a special rate charge call.

SPLITCHARGE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for the split cost-numbers. For France, this number takes the form 81X or 82X.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the area code.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit subscriber numbers that is dialed after the freephone access code.

ALTERNATE-CARRIER

This tag specifies a one-digit alternate carrier code instead of zero.

SPECIALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the special rate access number.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a virtual calling card call. For France, this code takes the form 84X.

VPN-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates two digits that are added to the VPN access number.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the six digits that are added to the virtual calling card access number.

VPN-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a VPN access call. For France, this code takes the form 85X.


Great Britain Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Great Britain Numbering Plan (GBNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for GBNP

Tag Descriptions for GBNP

Discard Digits Instructions for GBNP

Table 4-7 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-7 DDIs for GBNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 902088244300

After applying DDI: 902088244300

PreDot

This DDI removes

Access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902088244300

After applying DDI: 02088244300

PreAt

This DDI removes

All digits that are prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern.

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8902088244300

After applying DDI: 02088244300

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 9003227045900

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 003227045900

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89003227045900#

After applying DDI: 003227045900

InternatDirectDial

This DDI removes

International access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900

After applying DDI: 93227045900

PreDot InternatDirectDial

This DDI removes

Access code

International access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900

After applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt InternatDirectDial

This DDI removes

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

International access code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 003227045900

After applying DDI: 003227045900

InternatDirectDial Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 93227045900

PreDot InternatDirectDialTrailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt InternatDirectDialTrailing-#

This DDI removes

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89003227045900#

After applying DDI: 3227045900

Internat->Nat

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900

After applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot Internat->Nat

This DDI removes

Access code

International access code

Country code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900

After applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt Internat->Nat

This DDI removes

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

International access code

Country code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89003227045900

After applying DDI: 27045900

Internat->Nat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot Internat->Nat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

International access code

Country code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt Internat->Nat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

International access code

Country code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89003227045900#

After applying DDI: 27045900

Nat->Internat

This DDI removes

Leading zero digit from geographic national numbers

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902088244300

After applying DDI: 92088244300

PreDot Nat->Internat

This DDI removes the following items from national numbers

Access code

Leading zero digit

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902088244300

After applying DDI: 2088244300

PreAt Nat->Internat

This DDI removes

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8902088244300

After applying DDI: 2088244300

Nat->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Leading zero digit from geographic national numbers

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902088244300#

After applying DDI: 92088244300

PreDot Nat->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

Leading zero digit from national numbers

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902088244300#

After applying DDI: 2088244300

PreAt Nat->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8902088244300#

After applying DDI: 2088244300

Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes

Leading zero digit from mobile telephone numbers

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 907973123456

After applying DDI: 97973123456

PreDot Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes the following items from mobile telephone numbers

Access code

Leading zero digit

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 907973123456

After applying DDI: 7973123456

PreAt Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes the following items from mobile telephone numbers

All digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8907973123456

After applying DDI: 7973123456

Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Leading zero digit from mobile telephone numbers

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 907973123456#

After applying DDI: 97973123456

PreDot Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Access code

Leading zero digit from mobile telephone numbers

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 907973123456#

After applying DDI: 7973123456

PreAt Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes the following items from mobile telephone numbers

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8907973123456#

After applying DDI: 7973123456

Nat->Local

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

Leading zero digit

Area code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 901344770011

After applying DDI: 9770011

PreDot Nat->Local

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

Access code

Leading zero digit

Area code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 901344770011

After applying DDI: 770011

PreAt Nat->Local

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

All the digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

Area code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8901344770011

After applying DDI: 770011

Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

Leading zero digit

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 901344770011#

After applying DDI: 9770011

PreDot Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

Access code

Leading zero digit

Area code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 901344770011#

After applying DDI: 770011

PreAt Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes the following items from geographic national numbers

All digits prior to the GBNP portion of the route pattern

Leading zero digit

Area code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8901344770011#

After applying DDI: 770011


Tag Descriptions for GBNP

Table 4-8 lists and describes tags that are used in the GBNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-8 Tag Descriptions for GBNP 

Tag
Description

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the international access code, which is 00 in the United Kingdom.

LOCALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the three-digit access codes, 844 or 845, for national services that are charged at local rates.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit mobile subscriber number.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the national portion of an international number.

SERVICE

This tag specifies three-digit service codes such as 999 for emergency services or 100 for operator services.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code, 70, that is used to dial personal numbers.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the code that is used to dial pager numbers.

CORPORATE-NUMBER

This tag specifies the 10-digit corporate numbers that begin with 55 and 58.

FREEPHONE-NUMBER

This tag specifies the 9- or 10-digit freephone numbers that begin with 800, 808, and 500.

LOCAL-5-DIGIT

This tag specifies the five-digit local numbers.

LOCAL-7-DIGIT

This tag specifies the seven-digit local numbers.

BROADBAND-SERVICE

This tag specifies the 10-digit broadband service numbers that range from 91-99.

SPECIALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for special rate services that begin with 82 or 89.

AREA-CODE

This tag specifies the two-, three-, four-, or five-digit geographical area codes.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-, six-, seven-, or eight-digit subscriber numbers.

LOCALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the seven-digit local rate subscriber number.

LOCAL-6-DIGIT

This tag specifies the six-digit local numbers.

LOCAL-8-DIGIT

This tag specifies the eight-digit local numbers.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag specifies the one-, two-, or three-digit country codes.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit paging service access code. 76XX represents this code.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit personal subscriber number.

PREMIUM-RATE-NUMBER

This tag specifies the 10-digit premium rate numbers that begin with 90 and 91.

DIRECTORY-SERVICE

This tag specifies the directory services number. 118XXX represents this number.

NATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the leading zero digit in all national and geographic numbers. 0 always represents this tag.

SPECIALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit special rate service number.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit mobile access codes, which are 77XX, 78XX, or 79XX.

NATIONALRATE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the three-digit national rate access code that begins with 870 or 871.

NATIONALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit national rate service number.

VOIP-NUMBER

This tag specifies the broadband voice IP number.


Greece Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Greece Numbering Plan (GRNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for GRNP

Tag Descriptions for GRNP

Discard Digits Instructions for GRNP

Table 4-9 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-9 DDIs for GRNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed Digit String: 02106381350

After applying DDI: 02106381350

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed Digit String: 02106381350

After applying DDI: 2106381350

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits that are prior to the GRNP portion of the route pattern including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed Digit String: 902106381350

After applying DDI: 2106381350

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00014085264000#

After applying DDI: 00014085264000

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00014085264000#

After applying DDI: 0014085264000

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the GRNP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 900014085264000#

After applying DDI: 0014085264000


Tag Descriptions for GRNP

Table 4-10 lists and describes tags that are used in the GRNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-10 Tag Descriptions for GRNP 

Tag
Description

AREA-CODE

This tag specifies the area code as dialed for calls within Athens Zone. Example:21.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the area code within Athens Zone. [0-2]XXXXXXX represents this number.

AREA-CODE3

This tag specifies the three-digit area code as dialed for calls within Thessaloniki, Larissa, Kavala, Patra, Tripoli, and Heraklio Zones. 2[3-8]1 represents the tag.

SUBSCRIBER7

This tag specifies the seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the area code within Thessaloniki, Larissa, Kavala, Patra, Tripoli, and Heraklio Zones. [0-2]XXXXXX represents this tag.

AREA-CODE4

This tag specifies the four-digit area code as dialed for all national calls except Athens, Thessaloniki, Larissa, Kavala, Patra, Tripoli, and Heraklio Zones. 2[2-8][2-9[1-9] represents the tag.

SUBSCRIBER6

This tag specifies six-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the area code except Athens, Thessaloniki, Larissa, Kavala, Patra, Tripoli, and Heraklio Zones. [0-2]XXXXX represents this tag.

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the four- or five-digit access code to select the alternative carriers in Greece. 17[2-9]X or 16[2-3]XX represents this tag.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for international dialing. For Greece, this code is 00.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag specifies the country code portion of the international number. For example: 1 for the United States, 31 for the Netherlands, 44 for the United Kingdom.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the national portion of an international number.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the GRNP.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag designates the dialup access code ("internet providers-EPAK"), which is 891 or 896 in Greece.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the dialup access code.

EMERGENCY

This tag designates 100, 108, 112, 166, 199 as emergency numbers, which will route as an urgent pattern (extend call as soon as these digits match).

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag designates the freephone access access code, which is 800 in the Netherlands.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the freephone access code.

LOCALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates seven digits that are added to the local rate access number.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the three-digit mobile access codes. For Greece, this code takes the form 69[013456789].

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last seven digits of the mobile directory number.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag designates the paging numbers ("pagers") access code, which is 692 in Greece.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the paging access code.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit personal number access code, which is 70 in Greece.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit personal subscriber number that is dialed after personal access code.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a premium rate service. For Greece, this code specifies 901 or 909.

SERVICE

This tag specifies three-digit or four-digit service codes (such as 131 for directory inquiries), excluding the emergency numbers 100, 108, 112, 166, and 199.

SERVICE5

This tag specifies five-digit or six-digit service codes.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a virtual calling card call. For Greece, this code specifies 807.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the four digits that are added to the virtual calling card access number.

VPN-ACCESS

This tag designates a three-digit number that specifies a VPN access call. For Greece, this number specifies 50.

VPN-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the eight-digit subscriber number that is dialed after VPN access code.


Ireland Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Ireland Numbering Plan (IENP).

Discard Digits Instructions for IENP

Tag Descriptions for IENP

Discard Digits Instructions for IENP

Table 4-11 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-11 DDIs for IENP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9018192700

After applying DDI: 9018192700

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digit String: 9018192700

After applying DDI: 018192700

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits that are prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digit String: 89018192700

After applying DDI: 018192700

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 9003227045900

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 9003227045900#

After applying DDI: 003227045900

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 89003227045900#

After applying DDI: 003227045900

Nat->Local

This DDI removes

National access code

Area code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902266551

After applying DDI: 966551

PreDot Nat->Local

This DDI removes

National access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Area code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 902266551

After applying DDI: 66551

PreAtNat->Local

This DDI removes

National access code

Area code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

Route pattern: 8.9

Dialed digit string: 8902266551

After applying DDI: 966551

Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 902266551#

After Applying DDI: 966551

PreDot Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National Access code

Area code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 902266551#

After Applying DDI: 66551

PreAt Nat->Local Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National Access code

Area code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 8902266551#

After Applying DDI: 966551

Nat->International

This DDI removes

National access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9018192700

After Applying DDI: 918192700

PreDot Nat->International

This DDI removes

National access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external Access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9018192700

After Applying DDI: 18192700

PreAt Nat->International

This DDI removes

National access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89018192700

After Applying DDI: 18192700

Nat->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9018192700#

After Applying DDI: 918192700

PreDot Nat->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9018192700#

After Applying DDI: 18192700

PreAt Nat->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89018192700#

After Applying DDI: 18192700

International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt International->National

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access code

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89003227045900

After Applying DDI: 27045900

International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 927045900

PreDot International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 27045900

PreAt International->National Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Country Code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 27045900

InternationalDirectDial

This DDI removes

International access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 93227045900

PreDot InternationalDirectDial

This DDI removes

International access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt InternationalDirectDial

This DDI removes

International access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89003227045900

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

InternationalDirectDial Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 93227045900

PreDot InternationalDirectDial Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 9003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

PreAt InternationalDirectDial Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

End of dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 89003227045900#

After Applying DDI: 3227045900

Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes

National access code from Mobile numbers

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 90836655443

After Applying DDI: 9836655443

PreDot Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes

National access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 90836655443

After Applying DDI: 836655443

PreAt Mobile->Internat

This DDI removes

National access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 890836655443

After Applying DDI: 836655443

Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

The end-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 90836655443#

After Applying DDI: 9836655443

PreDot Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

The end of dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 90836655443#

After Applying DDI: 836655443

PreAt Mobile->Internat Trailing-#

This DDI removes

National access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

The end of dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 890836655443#

After Applying DDI: 836655443

NI->International

This DDI removes

Northern Ireland access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 904877665544

After Applying DDI: 977665544

PreDot NI->International

This DDI removes

Northern Ireland access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 904877665544

After Applying DDI: 77665544

PreAt NI->International

This DDI removes

Northern Ireland access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 8904877665544

After Applying DDI: 77665544

NI->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Northern Ireland access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 904877665544#

After Applying DDI: 977665544

PreDot NI->International Trailing-#

This DDI remove

Northern Ireland access code

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route Pattern: 9.@

Dialed Digits: 904877665544#

After Applying DDI: 77665544

PreAt NI->International Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Northern Ireland access code

All digits prior to the IENP portion of the route pattern including Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX external access codes

End of dialing character

Route Pattern: 8.9@

Dialed Digits: 8904877665544#

After Applying DDI: 77665544


Tag Descriptions for IENP

Table 4-12 lists and describes tags that are used in the IENP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-12 Tag Descriptions for IENP 

Tag
Description

VOIP-ACCESS

This tag specifies the broadband voice IP access code. For Ireland, this code specifies 76.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the IENP.

AREA-CODE

This tag specifies the area code as dialed for calls. Example:21.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag designates the freephone access code, which is 1800 and 1801 for Ireland.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit subscriber numbers that is dialed after the freephone access code.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for international dialing. For Ireland, this code is 00.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit mobile access codes. For Ireland, these codes are 83, 84, 85, 86, and 87.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last seven digits of the mobile directory number.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the national portion of an international number.

OPERATOR

This tag specifies the operator service number, which is 10.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag designates the paging numbers ("pagers") access code, which is 821 and 822 in Ireland.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the six-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the paging access code.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the three-digit personal number access code, which is 700 in Ireland.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit subscriber number that is dialed after personal access code.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a premium rate service. For Ireland, this code of the form 15XX.

PREMIUM-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the six-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the premium access code

SERVICE

This tag specifies three-, four-, or six-digit service codes, excluding the emergency numbers 999, 112.

SHAREDCOST-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code for the shared cost numbers. This code specifies 1850 and 1890 for Ireland.

SHAREDCOST-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the six-digit shared cost subscriber numbers.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the five-, six-, or seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the area code.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a virtual calling card call. For Ireland, this code is 818.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the six digits that are added to the virtual calling card access number.

LOCAL-5-DIGIT

This tag specifies the five-digit local numbers.

LOCAL-6-DIGIT

This tag specifies the six-digit local numbers.

LOCAL-7-DIGIT

This tag specifies the seven-digit local numbers.

NATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the leading zero digit in all national and geographic numbers. 0 always represents this tag.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag designates the dialup access code ("internet providers-EPAK"), which is 1891, 1892, or 1893 in Ireland.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the dialup access code.

MAILBOX-ACCESS

This tag designates the mailbox access code. For Ireland, this code specifies 80.

NI-ACCESS

This tag designates the Northern Ireland access code. For Ireland, this code specifies 48.

NI-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the Northern Ireland subscriber number that is dialed after Northern Ireland access code.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag specifies the country code portion of the international number. For example: 1 for the United States, 31 for the Netherlands, 44 for the United Kingdom.

VOIP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the voice IP subscriber number that is dialed after the voice IP access code.


Japanese Numbering Plan

The following topics describe the DDIs and tags that are used in the JPNP.

Discard Digits Instructions for JPNP

Tag Descriptions for JPNP

Discard Digits Instructions for JPNP

Table 4-13 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.


Note JPNP does not support nine digit number regions (0460XXXXX and 0578XXXXX), hence the customer cannot make calls to these regions. To resolve this issue, the Cisco Unified CallManager adminstrator must add the following route patterns: 0578XXXXX and 0460XXXXX. The adminstrator must ensure that the Urgent Priority check box is checked.


Table 4-13 DDIs for JPNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00203571000

After applying DDI: 00203571000

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110203571000

After applying DDI: 16110203571000

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the NLNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110203571000

After applying DDI: 0203571000

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls.

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 016110081910555

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 16110081910555

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the JANP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 0081910555


Tag Descriptions for JPNP

Table 4-14 lists and describes tags that are used in the Japanese Numbering Plan (JPNP). For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-14 Tag Descriptions for JPNP 

Tags
Description

00XX-CARRIER-CODE

This tag specifies the two- to four-digit carrier code for 00XX/002XX/0091XX carrier specified calls.

00XX-CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the carrier selecting code in the form 00 for 00XX/002XX/0091XX carrier specified call selector.

00XX-CARRIER-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the Carrier specified call subscriber.

0AB0-SERVICE-ACCESS

This tag sepcifies 0AB0 service codes excluding 0120 and 0800.

Note Some valid service access numbers can match with 0+3/4 digit area codes unexpectedly.

0AB0-SERVICE-NUMBER

This tag specifies the six-digit service numbers for 0AB0 services.

nDIGIT-AREA-CODE

Where n = 1, 2, 3, or 4. These one-, two-, three-, or four-digit codes identify the area code for long-distance calls.

COUNTRY-CODE

The one-, two-, or three-digit code used to specify the destination country for international calls.

nDIGIT-OFFICE-CODE

Where n = 1, 2, 3, or 4. These one-, two-, three-, or four-digit codes identify thelocal calls or long distance calls in conjunction with one-, two-, three-, or four-digit area codes.

AREA-CODE-FOR-9DIGIT-LONG DISTANCE AREA

Specific area code/office code combinations for 9 digit long distance call regions. To be obsolete at 2007.

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the legacy carrier select code 001 for international call to choose a specific carrier.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international and long-distance-service numbers that are dialed within the JPNP.

FREEPHONE-120-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code of free phone service in the form of 0120.

FREE-PHONE-0120-SERVICE- NUMBER

This tag specifies the six-digit service number for 0120 free phone.

FREEPHONE-800-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code of free phone service in the form of 800.

FREE-PHONE-0800-SERVICE- NUMBER

This tag specifies the seven-digit service number for 0800 free phone.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This three-digit access code specifies international dialing. Calls that originate in Japan use 010 for this code.

LONG-DISTANCE-ACCESS

This one-digit code identifies a direct-dialed, long-distance call. JANP calls use 0 for this code.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This three-digit area code in the form 0[27-9]0 identifies the mobile access code.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last eight digits of mobile directory number in the form XXXXXXXX.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This single character identifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

SERVICE

This three-digit code in the form 1XX designates services such as 110/119 for emergency.

SPECIAL-SERVICE-ACCESS

This tag specifies # for #XXXX special service access.

SPECIAL-SERVICE-CODE

This tag specifies the four-digit service code for #XXXX special services.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the four-digit subscriber code.

VOIP-050-ACCESS

This three-digit area code in the form 050 identifies the mobile access code.

VOIP-050-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the l7 digit VOIP call subscriber.

WEATHER-FORECAST-SERVICE

Thsi tag specifies the weather forcast service 177, which can be used with a certain area code to access regional weather forcast service.


Netherlands Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Netherlands Numbering Plan (NLNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for NLNP

Tag Descriptions for NLNP

Discard Digits Instructions for NLNP

Table 4-15 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-15 DDIs for NLNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00203571000

After applying DDI: 00203571000

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110203571000

After applying DDI: 16110203571000

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the NLNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110203571000

After applying DDI: 0203571000

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 016110081910555

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 16110081910555

PreAt Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the NLNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.1611@

Dialed digit string: 016110081910555#

After applying DDI: 0081910555


Tag Descriptions for NLNP

Table 4-16 lists and describes tags that are used in the Netherlands Numbering Plan (NLNP). For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-16 Tag Descriptions for NLNP 

Tags
Description

END-OF-DIALING

This tag designates the "#" digit that is used to indicate end-of-dialing for international calls.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag designates the national-number part of international calls, which is basically everything dialed after the country-code.

AREA-CODE

This tag designates the area code ("netnummer") as dialed for national calls. The area code includes the leading 0. Example: 020 for Amsterdam, 070 for The Hague.

COUNTRY-CODE

This tag designates the country code ("landnummer") of international calls. Example: 1 for US, 32 for Belgium, 44 for England.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the dialup access code.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag designates the dialup access code ("internet providers"), which is 067 in the Netherlands.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag designates the international access code, which is 00 in the Netherlands.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the area code (can be 6 or 7 digits).

SUBSCRIBER6

This tag designates the 4-digit area codes in the Netherlands that use a six-digit local subscriber number and is used for calls that are dialed locally (so without an area code). Cisco Unified CallManager must recognize whether the route pattern is sent to a six- or seven-digit subscriber area. For a six-digit area, add a filter "SUBSCRIBER7 DOES-NOT-EXIST" to remove the seven-digit subscriber number definition. If you do not add this filter, local calls will only extend after T302 timer expires because both six- and seven-digit subscriber numbers are assumed to be valid.

SUBSCRIBER7

This tag designates the three-digit area codes in the Netherlands that use a seven-digit local subscriber number and is used for calls that are dialed locally (so without an area code). Cisco Unified CallManager must recognize whether the route pattern is sent to a six- or seven-digit subscriber area.

For a seven-digit area, add a filter "SUBSCRIBER6 DOES-NOT-EXIST" to remove the six-digit subscriber number definition.

If you do not add this filter, local calls may extend with six digits if the user dials slowly and the T302 timer expires because both 6- and seven-digit subscriber numbers are assumed to be valid.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the personal access code.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag designates the personal numbers ("persoonlijke nummers") access code, which is 087 in the Netherlands.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the paging access code.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag designates the paging numbers ("piepers" and "buzzers") access code, which is 066 in the Netherlands.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the freephone access code (can be four or seven digits).

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag designates the freephone access ("gratis nummers") access code, which is 0800 in the Netherlands.

PREMIUM-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the premium access code (can be four or seven digits).

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag designates the premium access ("betaalde nummers") access code, which is 0900, 0906, or 090 in the Netherlands.

Example: To disallow 0906 and/or 0909 premium entertainment numbers, create a route pattern blocking patterns that matches the filter "PREMIUM ACCESS == 090[69]".

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the seven-digit subscriber number that is dialed after the mobile access code.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag designates the mobile access ("mobiele nummers") access code, which is 061, 062, 063, 064, or 065 in the Netherlands.

SERVICE

This tag designates 11x and 12xx service numbers (like 118 directory inquiries), excluding the 112 emergency number.

VOICEMAIL-ACCESS

This tag designates the voicemail access ("voicemail diensten") access code, which is 084 in the Netherlands.

VOICEMAIL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the subscriber number that is dialed after the voicemail access code (can be four or seven digits).

EMERGENCY

This tag designates the 112 emergency number, which will route as an urgent pattern (extend call as soon as these digits match).


New Zealand Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the New Zealand Numbering Plan (NZNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for NZNP

Tag Descriptions for NZNP

Discard Digits Instructions for NZNP

Table 4-17 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-17 DDIs for NZNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00883795211

After applying DDI: 00883795211

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 00883795211

After applying DDI: 0883795211

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the NZNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 8.0@

Dialed digit string: 800883795211

After applying DDI: 0883795211

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 000116563175666#

After applying DDI: 000116563175666

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 000116563175306#

After applying DDI: 00116563175306

PreAt Trailing #

This DDI removes all digits prior to the NZNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international call

Route pattern: 8.0@

Dialed digit string: 8000116563175306#

After applying DDI: 00116563175306


Tag Descriptions for NZNP

Table 4-18 lists and describes tags that are used in the NZNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-18 Tag Descriptions for NZNP 

Tag
Description

AREA-CODE

This two-digit area code in the form 0[34679] identifies the area code for long-distance calls.

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the access code that is used to select an alternative carrier for this call and takes the form 05[1-9] or 050 or 0505.

COUNTRY-CODE

These one-, two-, or three-digit codes specify the destination country for international calls.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character specifies the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the NZNP.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access number for freephone calls. For New Zealand, this number is either 0508 or 0800.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the digits following the freephone access code for freephone calls.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This tag specifies the two-digit access code for international dialing. For New Zealand, this code is 00.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to identify calls that are made to mobile phones. In New Zealand, this code takes the form 020, 021[012], 021[3-9], 025[01345789], 025[26],027,029.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the mobile number.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

OPERATOR

This tag specifies the operator code. In New Zealand, this code specifies 018 for local and 010 for international calls.

PAGING-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to radio paging devices. For New Zealand, this code is 026 and 083.

PAGING-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of the radio paging number.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the access code that is used to recognize calls to a premium rate service. For New Zealand, this code is 0900.

PREMIUM-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the remaining digits of a premium rate service.

SERVICE

This tag represents the general service and emergency numbers. These numbers takes the form 111, 1XX, 1[346], 017, 19[67], 502XXX.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit "local" number for geographic numbers. This number takes the form XXXXXXX.


Portuguese Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Portuguese Numbering Plan (PTNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for PTNP

Tag Descriptions for PTNP

Discard Digits Instructions for PTNP

Table 4-19 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-19 DDIs for PTNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 0214468700

After applying DDI: 0214468700

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 0.0@

Dialed digit string: 00214468700

After applying DDI: 0214468700

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the PTNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 0.0@

Dialed digit string: 00214468700

After applying DDI: 214468700

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.@

Dialed digit string: 0214468700#

After applying DDI: 0214468700

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 0.0@

Dialed digit string: 00214468700#

After applying DDI: 0214468700

PreAt Trailing #

This DDI removes all digits prior to the PTNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international call

Route pattern: 0.0@

Dialed digit string: 00214468700#

After applying DDI: 214468700


Tag Descriptions for PTNP

Table 4-20 lists and describes tags that are used in the PTNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-20 Tag Descriptions for PTNP 

Tag
Description

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the nine-digit directory number in the form 2XXXXXXXX.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that, however, are dialed within the PTNP.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

COUNTRY-CODE

These one-, two-, or three-digit codes specify the destination country for international calls.

DIALUP-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the two-digits that are added to the dialup access number.

DIALUP-ACCESS

This tag designates the two digits that specify the dialup call.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This two-digit access code specifies international dialing. Calls that originate in Portugal use 00 for this code.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates the six digits that are added to the virtual calling card access number.

VIRTUALCALLINGCARDS-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a virtual calling card call.

VPN-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates two digits that are added to the VPN access number.

VPN-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a VPN access call.

PERSONAL-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the personal access number.

PERSONAL-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a personal access call.

SPECIALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the special rate access number.

SPECIALRATE-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a special rate charge call.

LOCALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the local rate access number.

LOCALRATE-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a local rate charge call.

NATIONALRATE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the national rate access number.

NATIONALRATE-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a national rate charge call.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates six digits that are added to the free phone access number.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag designates three digits that specify a free charge call.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag designates seven digits that are added to the mobile access number.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag designates two digits that specify the mobile operator.

SERVICE

This three or four-digit code, starting with one, designates services such as 112 for emergency.


Russian Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Russian Numbering Plan (RUNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for RUNP

Tag Descriptions for RUNP

Discard Digits Instructions for RUNP

Table 4-21 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-21 DDIs for RUNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410

After applying DDI: 9080959611410

PreDot

This DDI removes all digits prior to the dot in the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410

After applying DDI: 080959611410

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern (prior to @ sign in the pattern), including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9.080959611410

After applying DDI: 80959611410

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 9081031203573500

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 081031203573500

PreAt Trailing #

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 81031203573500

Intl Access 8-10

This DDI extracts a national number along with the country code. This DDI removes

International access code (8-10)

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 9031203573500

PreDot Intl Access 8-10

This DDI extracts a national number along with the country code. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

International access code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 031203573500

PreAt Intl Access 8-10

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

International access code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 31203573500

Intl Access 8-10 Trailing-#

This DDI removes

International access code (8-10)

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 9031203573500

PreDot Intl Access 8-10 Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a national number along with the country code. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 031203573500#

PreAt Intl Access 8-10 Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

International access code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 31203573500

Long Dist -> 7D

This DDI extracts a seven-digit local number from the long-distance number along with the Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX access code. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410

After applying DDI: 909611410

PreDot Long Dist -> 7D

This DDI extracts a seven-digit local number from the long-distance number along with the PBX access code. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410

After applying DDI: 09611410

PreAt Long Dist -> 7D

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410

After applying DDI: 9611410

Long Dist -> 7D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a seven-digit local number from the long-distance number, along with the Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX access code. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410#

After applying DDI: 909611410

PreDot Long Dist -> 7D Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410#

After applying DDI: 09611410

PreAt Long Dist -> 7D Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080959611410#

After applying DDI: 9611410

Long Dist -> 6D

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the long-distance number along with Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX access code. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456

After applying DDI: 90123456

PreDot Long Dist -> 6D

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the long-distance number along with PBX access code. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456

After applying DDI: 0123456

PreAt Long Dist -> 6D

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456

After applying DDI: 123456

Long Dist -> 6D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the long-distance number along with Cisco Unified CallManager external access code and PBX access code. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456#

After applying DDI: 90123456

PreDot Long Dist -> 6D Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456#

After applying DDI: 0123456

PreAt Long Dist -> 6D Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

`A' zone digit

Area code

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9080962123456#

After applying DDI: 123456

Long Dist -> 5D

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from a long-distance number. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from an 11-digit dialed number (that is counted, including the access code). This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 988472255640

After applying DDI: 955640

PreDot Long Dist -> 5D

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from a long-distance number. It also removes the digits that precede the dot in the routing pattern. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from a 11-digit dialed number (that is counted, including with access code). This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9088472255640

After applying DDI: 055640

PreAt Long Dist -> 5D

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from a long-distance number. It also removes the digits that precede the @ sign in the routing pattern. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from a 11-digit dialed number (that is counted, with the access code). This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9088472255640

After applying DDI: 55640

Long Dist -> 5D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from long-distance number. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from a 11-digit dialed number (that is counted with the access code). This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9088472255640#

After applying DDI: 9055640

PreDot Long Dist -> 5D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from long-distance number. It also removes the digits that precede the dot in the routing pattern. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from a 11-digit (that is counted, including the access code) dialed number. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9088472255640#

After applying DDI: 055640

PreAt Long Dist -> 5D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five -digit local number from long-distance number. It also removes the digits that precede the at sign in the routing pattern and the trailing # sign. This DDI creates a five-digit local number from a 11-digit dialed number (that is counted, with the access code). This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Area code

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9088472255640#

After applying DDI: 55640

Intl -> National number

This DDI extracts the national number portion of the dialed number. This DDI removes

International access code (8-10)

Country code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 90203573500

PreDot Intl -> National number

This DDI extracts a national number of the dialed number and removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

International access code (8-10)

Country code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 0203573500

PreAt Intl -> National number

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

International access code (8-10)

Country code

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500

After applying DDI: 203573500

Intl -> National number Trailing-#

This DDI extracts the National number portion of the dialed number. This DDI removes

International access code (8-10)

Country code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 90203573500

PreDot Intl -> National number Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a national number of the dialed number and removes the digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

International access code (8-10)

Country code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 0203573500

PreAt Intl -> National number Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

International access code (8-10)

Country code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081031203573500#

After applying DDI: 203573500

Interzone->5D

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345

After applying DDI: 9012345

PreDot Interzone->5D

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345

After applying DDI: 012345

PreAt Interzone->5D

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345

After applying DDI: 12345

Interzone->5D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345#

After applying DDI: 9012345

PreDot Interzone->5D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345#

After applying DDI: 012345

PreAt Interzone->5D Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345#

After applying DDI: 12345

Interzone->6D

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827612345

After applying DDI: 90612345

PreDot Interzone->6D

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827612345

After applying DDI: 0612345

PreAt Interzone->6D

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827612345

After applying DDI: 612345

Interzone->6D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827612345#

After applying DDI: 90612345

PreDot Interzone->6D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827512345#

After applying DDI: 012345

PreAt Interzone->6D Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90827612345#

After applying DDI: 612345

Interzone->7D

This DDI extracts a seven-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 9081234567

After applying DDI: 901234567

PreDot Interzone->7D

This DDI extracts a six-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90821234567

After applying DDI: 01234567

PreAt Interzone->7D

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' and `B' zone digits

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90821234567

After applying DDI: 1234567

Interzone->7D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls. This DDI removes

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90821234567#

After applying DDI: 901234567

PreDot Interzone->7D Trailing-#

This DDI extracts a five-digit local number from the dialed number for interzone calls and also removes digits that precede the `.' sign. This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90821234567#

After applying DDI: 01234567

PreAt Interzone->7D Trailing-#

This DDI removes all digits prior to the RUNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Long-distance direct-dialing access code (8)

Interzone calls access code (2)

`A' zone digit

End-of-dialing character

Route pattern: 9.0@

Dialed digit string: 90821234567#

After applying DDI: 1234567


Tag Descriptions for RUNP

Table 4-22 lists and describes tags that are used in the RUNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-22 Tag Descriptions for RUNP 

Tag
Description

AREA-CODE

This three-digit area code in the form [03-9]XX identifies the area code for long-distance calls.

COUNTRY-CODE

These one-, two-, or three-digit codes specify the destination country for international calls.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the subscriber number in case of five-digit subscriber numbers or the last five digits of a subscriber number in case of six- or seven-digit numbers in long distance dialing. The pattern for this tag is XXXXX.

ZONE-ACCESS

This one-digit code identifies zone dialing. For this code within the Russian Federation, 2 is used.

B

This one-digit tag applies in long-distance or zone dialing. It represents the second digit of the intrazone code (according to the definitions of the numbering plan in the Russian Federation). If the local subscriber number is a six-digit number, it represents the first digit of the six-digit subscriber number (for example, bxxxxx). If the subscriber number is a seven-digit number, it represents the second digit of the subscriber number (for example, abxxxxx).

SUBSCRIBER5

This tag specifies the five-digit subscriber number in the form [1-79]XXXX. It applies in local calls within areas that have five-digit local numbers.

SUBSCRIBER6

This tag specifies the six-digit subscriber number in form of [1-79]XXXXX. It applies in local calls within areas that have six-digit local numbers.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This three-digit access code specifies international dialing. Calls that originate in the Russian Federation use 810 for this code.

SERVICE

This one-digit code identifies a particular emergency service in emergency calls within the Russian Federation. It can specify a digit from 1 to 4 that would correspond to a particular emergency service in the emergency number in the format 0[1-4].

A

This one-digit tag, which is used in long-distance or zone dialing, represents the first digit of the intrazone code (according to the definitions of numbering plan in the Russian Federation). If the subscriber number is a seven-digit number, this digit specifies the second digit of the subscriber number (for example, abxxxxx). If the subscriber number is a five-digit or six-digit number, A will equal two.

SUBSCRIBER7

This tag specifies the seven-digit subscriber number in the form [1-79]xxxxxx. It applies in local calls within areas that have seven-digit local numbers.

ZERO-PREFIX

This one-digit prefix applies for emergency dialing. Within the Russian Federation, 0 applies for this prefix.

LONG-DISTANCE-ACCESS

This one-digit access code specifies long-distance dialing. Calls that originate in the Russian Federation use 8 for this code.


Singapore Numbering Plan

The following topics describe DDIs and tags that are used in the Singapore Numbering Plan (SGNP).

Discard Digits Instructions for SGNP

Tag Descriptions for SGNP

Discard Digits Instructions for SGNP

Table 4-23 lists DDIs and describes the effects of applying each DDI to a dialed number. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-23 DDIs for SGNP 

DDI
Effect
Example

NoDigits

This DDI removes no digits.

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 990115711

After applying DDI: 990115711

PreDot

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 990115711

After applying DDI: 990115711

PreAt

This DDI removes all digits prior to the SGNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8990115711

After applying DDI: 90115711

Trailing-#

This DDI removes

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 900161883795211#

After applying DDI: 900161883795211

PreDot Trailing-#

This DDI removes

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

End-of-dialing character for international calls

Route pattern: 9.@

Dialed digit string: 900861883795211#

After applying DDI: 00861883795211

PreAt Trailing #

This DDI removes all digits prior to the SGNP portion of the route pattern, including

Cisco Unified CallManager external access code

PBX external access code

End-of-dialing character for international call

Route pattern: 8.9@

Dialed digit string: 8900261883795211#

After applying DDI: 00261883795211


Tag Descriptions for SGNP

Table 4-24 lists and describes tags that are used in the SGNP. For information on other numbering plans, see the "Related Topics" section.

Table 4-24 Tag Descriptions for SGNP 

Tag
Description

SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the eight-digit directory number for geographic numbers of the form 6XXXXXXX.

END-OF-DIALING

This single character identifies the end of the dialed-digit string. The # character serves as the end-of-dialing signal for international numbers that are dialed within the SGNP.

NATIONAL-NUMBER

This tag specifies the nation-specific part of the digit string for an international call.

COUNTRY-CODE

These one-, two-, or three-digit codes specify the destination country for international calls.

INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS

This three-digit access code specifies international dialing. The first digit for international calls is always 0, and the following digits depend on the carrier. Examples of carriers include SingTel, Starhub, M1, and so on.

CARRIER-SELECT

This tag specifies the access code to select the alternative IDD carriers in Singapore and takes the form 15XX or 15XXX.

FREEPHONE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last seven digits of the freephone number.

FREEPHONE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access number for freephone calls. For Singapore this number is 1800.

PREMIUM-SUBSCRIBER

This tag specifies the last seven digits of the premium rate number.

PREMIUM-ACCESS

This tag specifies the four-digit access number for premium rate calls. For Singapore this number is 1900.

MOBILE-SUBSCRIBER

This tag represents the seven digits of the handphone number that follows the mobile access code.

MOBILE-ACCESS

This tag specifies the first digit of the handphone number. In Singapore this number is eight or nine.

SERVICE

This tag specifies the service numbers. The following forms apply for service numbers: 1[136-9]XX, 100 for directory enquires, and 99X or 112 for emergency services.

OPERATOR

This tag specifies the operator service numbers. Operator services use the form 10XX.


Related Topics

Introducing Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) Dial Plans, page 1-1

Deploying Dial Plans for 5.0(1) and Later Releases, page 3-1

Deploying Dial Plans for 4.2(3) and Earlier Releases, page 2-1

Special Characters and Settings, page 1-1

Route Pattern Wildcards and Special Characters, page 1-2

Discard Digits Instructions

Tag Descriptions