Jump to content

dialplan.xml


Recommended Posts

testing 3.4

 

When i change my domain to a Europe 4 digit plan the provisioing system always says:

<file url="https://IP:443/provisioning/snom_3xx_dialplan_empty.xml?model=snom370" />

 

according to the dialplan.xml this is not right. see attached. (yes snom_3xx_dialplan_9usa4 does exist)

 

Lastly, is it possible to change the name from europe to something else

 

 

Just trying to make 2 dialplan selections, one for people who like to dial 9 to access a trunk and those who dont.

dialplan.xml

Link to post
Share on other sites
bump

 

The "snom_3xx_dialplan_empty.xml" file has no specific content in it.

Here is the content, btw.

------------------------------------------------

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<dialplan>

</dialplan>

------------------------------------------------

 

Probably you can update this file to have what you want.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I realize that. however if i set my domain to Europe 2 digit. and in my dialplan.xml i have:

 

<plan name="europe2" style="NANPA">

<vendor pattern="Polycom">[1-7]x|8[2-7]x|9911|9411|9801xxxxxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9011.|*x.</vendor>

<vendor pattern="snom7">snom_3xx_dialplan_9usa2</vendor>

<vendor pattern="SPA">([2-7]x|8[2-7]x|9911|9411|9xxxxxxxxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|xx.)</vendor>

</plan>

 

 

I should get snom_3xx_dialplan_9usa2.xml right?

 

but what a get is snom_3xx_dialplan_empty.xml

Link to post
Share on other sites

ok let me ask this a different way.

 

in the pnp.xml there is:

 

<file name="snom_3xx_dialplan_usa3.xml" encoding="xml">

<pattern>snom_3xx_dialplan_usa3.xml</pattern>

<vendor>snom</vendor>

</file>

 

and

 

<file name="snom_3xx_dialplan_row3.xml" encoding="xml">

<pattern>snom_3xx_dialplan_row3.xml</pattern>

<vendor>snom</vendor>

</file>

 

how does that associate in the dialplan.xml to:

 

<plan name="usa3" style="NANPA">

<vendor pattern="Polycom">[2-7]xx|8[1-7]xx|[2-9]11|801xxxxxxx|1xxxxxxxxxx|011x.|*x.</vendor>

<vendor pattern="snom7">snom_3xx_dialplan_usa3</vendor>

<vendor pattern="SPA">([2-7]xx|8[2-7]xx|[2-9]11|801xxxxxxx|1xxxxxxxxxx|xx.)</vendor>

</plan>

 

and

 

<plan name="europe3">

<vendor pattern="Polycom">[1-7]xx|8[1-7]xx|9911|9411|9801xxxxxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9011.|*x.</vendor>

<vendor pattern="snom7">snom_3xx_dialplan_row3</vendor>

<vendor pattern="SPA">([2-7]xx|8[2-7]xx|9911|9411|9xxxxxxxxxx|91xxxxxxxxxx|xx.)</vendor>

</plan>

 

???

 

the usa3 line works find, however the europe3 doesnt work for me, and i dont know how the 2 files associate to know where to begin to fix it.

or maybe this part is correct but selecting europe3 in the dialplan is just broken..

Link to post
Share on other sites

You need not modify the pnp.xml. So Sorry about the previous post. My bad!

 

The issue may be there are no snom_3xx_dialplan_row3.xml template built into the software (we may have to look into it)

 

Can you modify one of the 'usa' plans and use it instead?

 

 

ok let me ask this a different way.

 

in the pnp.xml there is:

 

 

the usa3 line works find, however the europe3 doesnt work for me, and i dont know how the 2 files associate to know where to begin to fix it.

or maybe this part is correct but selecting europe3 in the dialplan is just broken..

Link to post
Share on other sites

yes But the only thing is some customers like to dial 9 before the number. and these dialplans are global. so I was going to use the europe section for those who I can create a 9+ dialplan for.

 

that is where i am faltering. the USA ones work just fine.

Link to post
Share on other sites
bump

 

The European dialplan templates are not built into the binary, that's why PBX is always provisions with the empty dialplan. So if you chose any of the European plans, it is not going to work. We are providing a fix for it on 4.0.

 

Also, these dialplan names are kind of hard coded.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 6 months later...
Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
×
×
  • Create New...