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Hi there, I've tried many ways and I can't make it work with regular expressions.

 

My number comes in as +1214-222-3333 +1214-223-3333 +1469-333-1234 and so on, Numbers don't match at all.

 

I guess my problem is the + sign but my provider uses it. And I need to use almost the full number except the 1.

 

I tried something like this ([0-9]{10}$)\1 and many others but the call fails.

 

I have many trunks and many DID

s that I'll have to route so it is crucial to have an expression that works for me.

 

Thank you for the help.

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If you set the domain country code to 1, then most of the 10/11 digit dialing issues will be taken care of.

 

it is set, it was set to 1

 

My idea was to create a Page with the full DID as name and route each DID to Hunt groups or IVR or extensions depending the needs.

 

SO what expressiong will you use? for a 10 digit number?

 

This is what I got:

 

[5] 2011/03/29 01:28:00: Domain trunk Broadvox@pbx.xxxxx.net could not identify user for +12142223333

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You can use !([0-9]{10}$)!\1!t!100 or !([0-9]{10}$)!\1!u!100, where 't' refers to the number from the "To" header, 'u' is the number from the "Request-URI". 100 is the default account(say an AA or ACD or Hunt group) if nothing is matched.

 

Please refer http://kiwi.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Inbound_Calls_on_Trunk for details on how to route the inbound calls.

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You can use !([0-9]{10}$)!\1!t!100 or !([0-9]{10}$)!\1!u!100, where 't' refers to the number from the "To" header, 'u' is the number from the "Request-URI". 100 is the default account(say an AA or ACD or Hunt group) if nothing is matched.

 

Please refer http://kiwi.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Inbound_Calls_on_Trunk for details on how to route the inbound calls.

 

That one worked out great with the t.

 

Thanks

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