Configuration Chapter F: Session Initiation Protocol
Step 9 Select the Easy Recognizable Codes (ERC) check box to enable services such
as toll-free dialing calls (e.g., 800, 888, 900).
Step 10Select the Explicit Carrier Selection check box to enable dialing special
numbers that let the caller select a long-distance carrier (e.g., 1010xxx).
Step 11Select the Operator Assisted check box to enable the trunk group to dial the
operator (e.g., 0+).
Step 12Select the Called ID not blocked by default check box to pass Caller ID
information by default on outbound calls. Note that in the United States, the
user can override this option with Vertical Service Codes.
Step 13Click the Remove leading 1 from 1+10D check box to drop the leading “1” if
your long-distance service provider requires dialing only ten digits.
Step 14Click the Remove leading 1 for Local Area Codes check box to drop the
leading “1” for the local area codes (Local and Additional Local) if your local
service provider requires dialing only ten digits for local area codes
(particularly with overlay area codes).
Step 15(For all prefixes unless a specific local prefix list is provided below)-Click the
Dial 7 digits for Local Area Code check box to enable the trunk to dial local
numbers in the local area code with seven digits, if required by your local
Step 16Click on the Local Prefixes drop-down menu and select the local prefix for
your site, or click the Go to Local Prefixes List link to view, add, and edit the
local prefixes for your sites. When you are using a local prefix list, all prefixes
not listed are considered “long distance” and calls to these numbers require a
long distance trunk service.
Step 17Enter a prefix in the Prepend Dial Out Prefix field to have this prefix
prepended to the dial-out string resulting from the other rules. A dial-out prefix
is typically required when connecting to, and leveraging the trunks on, a legacy
PBX. Note that the Dial Out Prefix is not applied to Off-System Extension calls.
Step 18For Off System Extensions, click Edit to add or edit any ranges of extensions
that can be accessed through this trunk group. This is typically used when
setting up a tie trunk to a legacy PBX and config-uring coordinated extension
dialing. The Dial Out Prefix rules are not applied to Off-System Extensions.
F.2.1.3 Create a SIP Trunk
To create a new SIP trunk, follow the procedure below:
Step 1 Launch ShoreWare Director and enter the user ID and password.
Step 2 Click on the Administration link to expand the list (if it has not already been
Step 3 Click on the Trunks link to expand the list (if it has not already been
Step 4 Click on the Individual Trunks link.