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nhoague

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After the upgrade to 2.4, I'm having a problem understanding how to get a certain extension to route outbound of a certain interface.

I would expect the following screenshots to do what I want, but it is taking the route in the top of the list as the default.

Ideas?

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nhoague

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And here is the second screenshot showing the extension to use for the outbound route.

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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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This route should be at the top of the list. It's similar to traffic rules in Kerio Control, the rules are evaluated starting from the top and the first condition takes the priority.

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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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You also need to check the box to use this route only for extensions defined in the exceptions.

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nhoague

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But then how can I define a certain extension to only use a certain route, if I can't have multiple routes at the top of the list?

I tried clicking the use route only for these numbers and it still doesnt work.

What happened to the box where I could specify the number to be sent on outbound caller ID?
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nhoague

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Wait, I think I understand now. The first rule to satisfy will get the outbound route. So I need to move all the routes that have custom outbound numbers to the top... I'll try that.
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Exactly. It's like policy routing in Kerio Control, where you define specific routing rules at the top.

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nhoague

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Yep figured out, just needed that little "Brian" kick haha Thanks!
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