The E.164 Code defines the call routing and treatment with the NOA (Nature of Address), routing area and COS (Class of Service).
E.164 Codes enable the subscriber to associate a code with a destination. E.164 Codes are combinations of digits that provide a complete address to reach a destination in a network. E.164 Codes cannot contain the characters # or *.
The E.164 Code has to be consistent with the PAC (Prefix Access Code) for extensions.
The E.164 function defines sets of E.164 Codes as well as associated destinations, NOAs, and/or traffic types. The E.164 Destination Code includes the routing instructions for all interconnected systems.
Range of E.164 Codes
A range of E.164 Codes can be provisioned with a range of codes when creating E.164 codes via the Add Range button. If this option is chosen, the user is promoted to specify the begin code and end code (the 'end code' can have same value as the 'begin code'). This operation results in creating a number of E.164 codes starting from 'begin code' to 'end code'
Parent topic: Destination Codes