The following information is simply an example of an extension numbering schema. The advantages of adopting a schema for your company will help when you support multiple clients a day, to see the same organizational setup across all of your clients domains.
NOTE: Keep in mind, you should use a 3 or 4 digit extension. Avoid the reserved number spaces like 411, 611, 911, 933 and special functions. Visit the article above for more info.
Organizationally speaking, you may want to consider if the client has more than one (1) location. When you visit a hotel, or a hospital, typically the first number represents what floor you need, followed by a room number. You could consider this same type of numbering schema to create your extensions 1000's for the first location, and 2000's for the 2nd building or location.
|100 - 199||Users extensions|
|200 - 299||More available extension range|
|300 - 399||Routing Users / Ring Groups / General Voice Mail etc.|
|400 - 499||Conference Bridge extensions|
(Except for 411)
|500 - 599||Auto Attendants|
|600 - 699||Call Queues|
(Except for 611)
|700 - 799||Reserved Space for Parking Functions|
|800 - 899||Available extension range|
|1000 - 1999||Users extensions in Building 1|
|2000 - 2999||Users extensions in Building 2|
See this article for other reserved number spaces.