Ok, I’m a bit confused. We have the basics setup for our trunks and routes but I think i’m missing one step.
A number that is local to us we dial the area code and number, long distance we add the one. I have just signed up with a sip provider for long distance calls that are not reachable by my dundi cloud.
This all works, however if I dial a local number and add the 1 to the number it goes out my sip provider.
In my Zap trunk under dial rules I have area code + local number 555+5551234. I used the lookup to populate.
In my local outbound route I have NXXNXXXXXX and NXXXXXX . And it dials out Zap/G0.
In my long distance or sip trunk i have
These are the area codes that i cannot reach with my dundi cloud.
In my long distance route i have 1NXXNXXXXXX . And it checks dundi, then sip then local Zap for dialing out.
So basically my question is what do I put where so that if a user mistakenly adds the 1 to a local number it won’t go out my sip provider.
hope it this wans’t to confusing as it is really confusing to me. This is the only part that I cannot seem to get my head around.