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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Routes

Routes are used in Lync Server to direct calls through a specified gateway or a set of gateways. Routes are processed after numbers are normalized based on a dial plan and determine which gateway will place a call. Creating a new route has the following options:

Starting digits for numbers that you want to allow—Routes are based on the beginning of the digit string, including the addition (+) symbol. Routes are matched based on a top-down matching algorithm, so the most specific routes should be highest in the route order.

Exceptions—In some cases, using route priority might be difficult or some patterns should be excluded from traversing a specific gateway. The Exceptions option allows an administrator to exclude strings that would ...

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