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Provision DIDs to DID Group mapping

Now Tenant Administrators can provision DIDs to DID Group mapping. The implementation provides a GUI interface so a GAX user can create, edit, or delete DIDs and their assignments in DID Group mapping. This functionality uses overlap checking across multiple tenants to ensure that there are no duplicate DIDs.

To use the DID Groups feature, Tenant Administrators need the privilege PRIVILEGE_DID_GROUP_SERVICE. They can perform the following functions if they have also have these privileges:

  • To access Configuration Manager: ACCESS_CONFIGMANAGER
  • Accessing Voice Platform Profiles…
    To read Voice Platform Profiles: READ_VOICEPLATFORMPROFILES
    To modify General options and the state of Voice Platform profiles: MODIFY_VOICEPLATFORMPROFILES
    To modify items in the Options and Annex sections of Voice Platform Profiles: MODIFY_OPTIONS_VOICEPLATFORMPROFILES
    To create or hold Full Control of Voice Platform Profiles: CREATE_VOICEPLATFORMPROFILES
    To delete Voice Platform profiles: DELETE_VOICEPLATFORMPROFILES

Configure this feature with the <GAX application> options below.


  • All of these options require Read/Create/Update permission to the tenant object.
  • Restart required to enact your changes.
did-source-type = "switch"
did-source = [
{name: <name of switch object>}
{name: <name of switch object>}


  • Declare did-source-type = "switch" in the Application Options tab of the GAX application object, not in the Annex.
  • If did-source-type = "switch" and did-source are not set, then the plug-in will retrieve the DNs of type TrunkGroup from all the switches available to the user in the current tenant.
  • Setting did-source optional if you are using TrunkGroups.
  • If customers use DNs of type Trunk, they should also use did-source-type="tenant" and manually provision the DIDs accordingly.


did-source-type = "tenant"

Provision DIDs with the <tenant object> options below:

... ''(and so on)''

Note: If did-source-type is not set, it will default to tenant.

This page was last modified on February 9, 2016, at 17:31.


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