Vernon Posted March 7, 2016 Report Share Posted March 7, 2016 Hello, I need some help setting up inter-domain trunks/dial plans. I tried going over the wiki and there is a big wealth of information but i still need a little bit of help. Here is my scenario. I have a PBX with two domains. Domain A and domain B. I want to be able to dial within these two domains interchangeably by using prefixes. So for example to reach Domain B from Domain A use prefix 7. To reach domain A from B use prefix 9. Some of the extensions are overlapping so hence the prefix, i was trying to use the pattern from this wiki page: http://wiki.vodia.com/index.php?title=Dial_Plan_Inter-domain But i noticed that wiki is based on the 4.5 PBX and version 5 uses a different method. Which is here: http://wiki.vodia.com/index.php?title=Vodia_PBX_V5_inter-domain_dialing Is it possible to recreate the 4.5 scenario by using the prefixes? Creating a +10 digit for each domain extension as outlined in the wiki is rather tiresome when having to deal with 100+ extensions. How would the dial plan/trunk setup look like? Based on the wiki the recommendation is to create a dummy PBX with the global trunk and then use country/10 digit codes that searches for the correct PBX. The only work-around to what i've found so far is to create a unique IVR/calling card node and use it as a means of dialing through the respective domains. Would you be able to provide any insight on how to create the inter-domain dialing with prefixes? Is that even possible on version 5? Current PBX is 5.3.2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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