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This document will describe everything that concerns the routing capabilities of JeraSoft VoIP Carrier Suite. Please note, that for all this functions to be available to you, your JeraSoft VCS installation should include the Routing Module.

Introduction to VCS Routing Module

JeraSoft VCS is able to provide so-called Dynamic Routing features, also often called External Routing. Depending on your preferred switch manufacturer, VCS is able to utilize these functions via RADIUS Protocol or SIP Redirect Server. To find out more, regarding possible options for your switch manufacturers, please consult VCS Integration Manual or contact JeraSoft Support.

In VCS, Dynamic Routing works based on three principles: Routing Plans, Routing Policies and Routing Table generation. So, how can you set it working? A few easy steps:

Step 1: You need to create so-called Routing Plan, which consists of rules that describe your routing preferences and other criteria;

Step 2: You need to choose desired policy for your rules – a special formula to decide which routes should get top priority (for example, this way you decide whether you want to do LCR or Quality Routing);

Step 3: Assign created Routing Plan to your origination customer(s), wait a little bit till Routing Table is created and you are all set!

Please check the subsections below to get more detailed information regarding JeraSoft VCS Routing Module. Main module instruments can be found in Routing section of the system, which will appear if module is activated.

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