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Dialing 06 numbers over ISDN


richard
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Okay, that should be simple. If you have two trunks with the name "ISDN" and "VoIP", then the dial plan would look like this:

 

Priority=200; Trunk=ISDN; Pattern=06*; Replacement=06* (if you want to keep the 06 in the front, otherwise just *)

 

Priority=300; Trunk=VoIP; Pattern=*; Replacement=*

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Okay, that should be simple. If you have two trunks with the name "ISDN" and "VoIP", then the dial plan would look like this:

 

Priority=200; Trunk=ISDN; Pattern=06*; Replacement=06* (if you want to keep the 06 in the front, otherwise just *)

 

Priority=300; Trunk=VoIP; Pattern=*; Replacement=*

 

It doesn't work. It keeps calling over voip. A picture of the dialplan:

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Well, take the other records out... You can do that by clearing the pattern and replacement in the respective lines.

 

With the new dialplan:

 

If i call local numbers it rings

If i call 06-numbers i get a dead line.

 

Do i need some special settings for the teles.Gateway(ISDN) Trunk?

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Do i need some special settings for the teles.Gateway(ISDN) Trunk?

 

No. What is the outbound proxy for the ISDN trunk? It should be something like 127.0.0.1:5062 if the gateway listens on port 5062.

 

Also what is the user dialling? Something like 06912345 to get a number in Frankfurt?

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No. What is the outbound proxy for the ISDN trunk? It should be something like 127.0.0.1:5062 if the gateway listens on port 5062.

 

Also what is the user dialling? Something like 06912345 to get a number in Frankfurt?

 

No. What is the outbound proxy for the ISDN trunk? It should be something like 127.0.0.1:5062 if the gateway listens on port 5062.

The outbound proxy: 127.0.0.1:5062, that's correct.

Also what is the user dialling? Something like 06912345 to get a number in Frankfurt?

the user is dialing a 06 number in the netherlands

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