|What BARS Does||RLI - ROUTE LIST INDEX (Look Below)|
Here's one example: You have a dedicated long distance route at your company. You also have a local Telco trunk route. The cost to call Area Code 312 is cheaper over the long distance route. If that long distance trunk route fails or becomes busy, you would like some callers to fail over to the local Telco route.
With BARS, you can program the system so the long distance route is preferred for all calls to NPA 312, but during a failure or all trunks busy condition, the most important users (or any users you specify) will automatically route over the local Telco lines. You assign NPAs to Route Lists. Route Lists contain the trunk routes
The column to your right is a route list printed out.
The RLI is the List of Trunk Routes an NPA, NXX or SPN can call out on.
In the example below, you can also refer to THIS
RLI 4 -
in the example
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