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Updating a termination number on a routing plan

In Control Center, you can change the termination number(s) for any routing plan yourself (geographic routing, day-of-year, day-of-week, time-of-day, percentage allocation, etc.). If you need to, you can also change a termination number on multiple routing plans at once (known as bulk edit termination).

To change a terminating number on a routing plan:

  1. Search for the service you want to update routing on in one of these ways:

    • Sort your services using the Sort by… list (e.g., Service Type). You can toggle between descending and ascending order using the arrow to the right of the Sort by… list.

    • Filter your services by selecting an option from the View All (Default) list.

    • Search for the service (by service type, account, etc.) using the Search by… field and search box. (To search using multiple search criteria, click Advanced Search, then fill in your search criteria and click Apply Search Filters. When you're done, click Close Advanced Search.)
  1. When you find the service you want to route call traffic for, click the green arrow on the right of the line for the service. The Details section opens.
  1. From the Call Plan More Actions list, select Edit Call Plan.
Important: In the Call Plan More Actions list, you may see an option for Terminating Addresses. Use this option to add a new switched terminating address or to change the DNIS value for one or more trunk groups.
  1. Click the Global Default gray bar too change the terminating number or the terminating route type (e.g., switched or dedicated) for one of the rules, click the light gray bar for the rule.

  2. Select the radio button for either DED (dedicated trunk) or SWI (switched ANI).

  3. Select a trunk from the Primary Trunk list, scroll to the bottom of that box, then click Update

If you don't see the trunk/ANI you need, click ADD ANI TO THE LIST, fill in the fields, and click Add.

  1. Click Save Changes.
  1. Enter a date and time to schedule when you want the new routing to activate, then click Submit.
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