Calls between BGs can be enabled by inserting the appropriate entries in the BG prefix access code table.
The PAC table can be configured to permit inter-BG dialing by dialing:
The fully qualified E.164 number of the destination in another BG
A location code and extension number
A barrier code (for example, 8), followed by a location code and extension number.
An extension number (provided that the extension numbers of the BGs are not overlapping)
For example if subscribers in BG2 (with number range 1408492xxxx) want to dia subscribers in BG1 (with number range 1561923xxxx), this can be accomplished by creating a PAC in BG2 with the values listed in below, which routes the translation through the E.164 number tables: This permits dialing from BG2 to BG1 with extension number 3xxx, via 8-923-xxxx, and the PSTN dialing forms ofthe number (with or without the prefix 9).
Table 1. Example of BG Dialing: BG2 Dials BG1
Parent topic: BG (Business Group)
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