Several logical database objects provide the capability to route calls in various manners. Common examples of these objects include the PAC (Prefix Access Code), DC (Destination Code), LC (Location Code), and extension tables.
When designing the routing for an enterprise, the designer must balance best practices and supported configurations against the need to successfully complete all customer-required routing needs, optimize the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony database and searching functions, and retain the robust routing necessary to complete calls to any required destinations.
The following are the primary options for routing calls between subscribers:
Extension dialing via PNP (Private Numbering Plan)Parent topic: Routing and Translation
Extension dialing via PNP and GNP (Global Numbering Plan)
Home DN (Directory Number) dialing via PNP
Home DN dialing via PNP and GNP