Sipdiscount Asterisk Dial plan

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Paul -M-, Mar 29, 2006.

  1. Paul -M-

    Paul -M- Guest

    Could someone post an asterisk dialplan for use with sipdiscount please ?

    I'm pulling my hair out here :)

    TIA
    Paul -M-, Mar 29, 2006
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    Mick Tully Guest

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  3. Paul -M-

    Paul -M- Guest

    "Mick Tully" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > http://www.invisible.ca/core/Asterisk_with_SIPDiscount_HOWTO
    >


    Thanks for the link Mick, I'd already used that site to configure my trunk
    and it registers and works fine except, I have to dial all my local numbers
    as 00441698XXXXXX

    Its a wee bit more complicated than my pap2 dial plan below ;)
    (00x.|<01:00441>x.|<02:00442>x.|<05:00445>x.|<:00441698>[2-8]xxxxx|<0[346789]:0000>x.)
    Paul -M-, Mar 29, 2006
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    Jono Guest

    After serious thinking Paul -M- wrote :
    > "Mick Tully" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> http://www.invisible.ca/core/Asterisk_with_SIPDiscount_HOWTO
    >>

    >
    > Thanks for the link Mick, I'd already used that site to configure my trunk
    > and it registers and works fine except, I have to dial all my local numbers
    > as 00441698XXXXXX
    >
    > Its a wee bit more complicated than my pap2 dial plan below ;)
    > (00x.|<01:00441>x.|<02:00442>x.|<05:00445>x.|<:00441698>[2-8]xxxxx|<0[346789]:0000>x.)


    Are you using Asterisk@home or vanilla Asterisk?

    If the former, I have created three outbound routes, all pointing to
    Sipdiscount trunk:

    International Route, dial pattern: "00."
    Local Route, dial pattern: "[2-9]XXXXX"
    National Route, dial pattern: "0|."
    (All without the quotes.)

    On the sipdiscount trunk, under dial rules:
    00441274+XXXXXX
    0044+XXXXXXXXXX

    Subsitute 1274 with your STD, etc.
    Jono, Mar 29, 2006
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  5. Paul -M-

    Sparks Guest

    "Jono" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > After serious thinking Paul -M- wrote :
    >> "Mick Tully" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>> http://www.invisible.ca/core/Asterisk_with_SIPDiscount_HOWTO
    >>>

    >>
    >> Thanks for the link Mick, I'd already used that site to configure my
    >> trunk and it registers and works fine except, I have to dial all my local
    >> numbers as 00441698XXXXXX
    >>
    >> Its a wee bit more complicated than my pap2 dial plan below ;)
    >> (00x.|<01:00441>x.|<02:00442>x.|<05:00445>x.|<:00441698>[2-8]xxxxx|<0[346789]:0000>x.)

    >
    > Are you using Asterisk@home or vanilla Asterisk?
    >
    > If the former, I have created three outbound routes, all pointing to
    > Sipdiscount trunk:
    >
    > International Route, dial pattern: "00."
    > Local Route, dial pattern: "[2-9]XXXXX"
    > National Route, dial pattern: "0|."
    > (All without the quotes.)


    Shouldn't that be
    "0[1-3|."

    Otherwise it will route 0800 numbers, mobiles, personal number as well a
    national calls.

    Sparks...
    Sparks, Mar 29, 2006
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    Jono Guest

    After serious thinking Sparks wrote :
    > "Jono" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> After serious thinking Paul -M- wrote :
    >>> "Mick Tully" <> wrote in message
    >>> news:...
    >>>> http://www.invisible.ca/core/Asterisk_with_SIPDiscount_HOWTO
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> Thanks for the link Mick, I'd already used that site to configure my trunk
    >>> and it registers and works fine except, I have to dial all my local
    >>> numbers as 00441698XXXXXX
    >>>
    >>> Its a wee bit more complicated than my pap2 dial plan below ;)
    >>> (00x.|<01:00441>x.|<02:00442>x.|<05:00445>x.|<:00441698>[2-8]xxxxx|<0[346789]:0000>x.)

    >>
    >> Are you using Asterisk@home or vanilla Asterisk?
    >>
    >> If the former, I have created three outbound routes, all pointing to
    >> Sipdiscount trunk:
    >>
    >> International Route, dial pattern: "00."
    >> Local Route, dial pattern: "[2-9]XXXXX"
    >> National Route, dial pattern: "0|."
    >> (All without the quotes.)

    >
    > Shouldn't that be
    > "0[1-3|."
    >
    > Otherwise it will route 0800 numbers, mobiles, personal number as well a
    > national calls.
    >
    > Sparks...


    If they were the only three routes, possibly, although what you suggest
    would strip the first two digits before dialling. (How would the trunk
    know which two to add back?) I have other routes that deal with other
    special numbers. Such as:

    Set as a higher priority than the national route is
    BT Route Dial Pattern:
    100
    1471
    192
    999
    0800.
    0808.
    0845.
    0870.
    118XXX
    1280.

    And Mobile dial pattern:
    07.
    Jono, Mar 29, 2006
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    Paul Cupis Guest

    Jono wrote:
    > And Mobile dial pattern:
    > 07.


    UK mobiles should be 07[789], not 07, I think.
    Paul Cupis, Mar 29, 2006
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    Jono Guest

    Paul Cupis was thinking very hard :
    > Jono wrote:
    >> And Mobile dial pattern:
    >> 07.

    >
    > UK mobiles should be 07[789], not 07, I think.


    I've barred non-mobile (personal) numbers on the trunk itself.

    The advantage of using 07. (I find) is that if I want a local or
    national call to go via my premicell, for whatever reason, people here
    find it quite easy to cope with prefixing the call with 07.
    Jono, Mar 29, 2006
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