To create a destination, the administrator must go to the Destinations table that is either in the numbering plan of the user making the outbound call, or in the user’s business group’s common numbering plan, or in the global numbering plan, depending on how the prefix access codes and destination/E164 codes tables have been set up in the numbering plan of the user.
The destination name can be logical or physical (for example, CHICAGO or GATEWAY21) according to the wishes of the network designer. The only parameter that must be entered initially is:
The destination name string (for example, BOCA_GW1 or CHICAGO or 15619231501, if the gateway itself has a phone number. Note however, this is a name string, not a number. Defining an endpoint or destination with name 15619231000 does not affect the home DN table or prohibit the definition of a subscriber with that number.
Parent topic: Destinations