Very often a logical destination (e.g. Czech Republic – Mobile) will consist of multiple prefixes (420601, 420602, 420604, 420732 and so on). It would be quite inconvenient to repeat the same “create a new rate” operation for every individual prefix, since all of the price parameters are the same. Thus you could create a destination group “CZ-Mobile” and then perform “create a new rate” only once, with the rates for all of the prefixes being created automatically. However, since different carriers might include different prefixes in the “Czech Republic – Mobile” category, you need to be able to maintain different sets of destination groups. Regular destination group sets perfectly serves for this purpose.
In a complete destination group set any prefix that is used in the system belongs uniquely to only one destination group. This allows service providers to clearly recognize traffic sent through their networks by their target destinations.
When an administrator creates a complete destination group set, it comes with a Default Group that includes all the prefixes available in the system. Upon adding new destination groups in the complete destination group set, the administrator moves the prefixes from the Default Group to these new groups.
To add a regular destination group set, complete the following steps:
Click Add on the toolbar.
In the Name field, type a destination group set’s name.
In the Type list, select Regular DG set for a regular destination group set or Complete DG set for a complete destination group set.
Click the Update button.
After the destination group set has been saved, click its name to manage the destination groups included in this set.