Cisco IP Phone: Dialing Patterns

Dialing patterns is a term used to refer to the different digits that are required in a telephone number to successfully place your call to another campus phone, within the local community, within the United States and outside the United States.

Example dialing patterns from the Cisco phones to other telephone numbers:

Description of Pattern Pattern Instructions Pattern Example
Dialing Cisco phone users on campus 4 digits 3687
Dialing locally to River Falls and surrounding communities (off campus) 7 + 10 digits 7  715  381  5060
Dialing domestic long distance 7 + 1 + 10 digits 7 1  763  512  1111
Dialing international long distance 7 + 011 + country code + city code + phone number 7 011 44 131 663 5632

International Dialing

International dialing is locked by default. See the International Dialing Instructions article for specifics regarding international dialing restrictions. Message 9916 is played when the calls are being blocked.