Sipdiscount on ATA anyone ?

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Martin², Nov 9, 2005.

  1. Martin²

    Martin² Guest

    Got it working with X-Pro, but not on my Draytek router. It rings then hangs
    up with my user settings, or is engaged with test setting.
    Other Draytek users report the same problem.

    (Voipbuster used to work just fine. Damn Finarea)

    Would anyone who got it working on an ATA / router please report.
    Thanks, regards,
    Martin
    Martin², Nov 9, 2005
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  2. Martin²

    H@rro Guest

    "Martin²" <> schreef in bericht
    news:43715949$0$1497$...
    > Got it working with X-Pro, but not on my Draytek router. It rings then
    > hangs up with my user settings, or is engaged with test setting.
    > Other Draytek users report the same problem.
    >
    > (Voipbuster used to work just fine. Damn Finarea)


    both on my Draytek 2900VG and my Snon 190 the same ...
    H@rro, Nov 9, 2005
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  3. Thus spaketh H@rro:
    > "Martin²" <> schreef in bericht
    > news:43715949$0$1497$...
    >> Got it working with X-Pro, but not on my Draytek router. It rings
    >> then hangs up with my user settings, or is engaged with test setting.
    >> Other Draytek users report the same problem.
    >>
    >> (Voipbuster used to work just fine. Damn Finarea)

    >
    > both on my Draytek 2900VG and my Snon 190 the same ...


    Working fine on my PAP2 ATA.
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 9, 2005
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  4. Martin²

    Martin² Guest

    Welcome:
    >Working fine on my PAP2 ATA.


    Could you please post all of your settings ?
    Can't understand why it doesn't work with other ATAs / routers.
    Thanks,
    regards,
    Martin
    Martin², Nov 10, 2005
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  5. Thus spaketh Martin²:
    > Welcome:
    >> Working fine on my PAP2 ATA.

    >
    > Could you please post all of your settings ?
    > Can't understand why it doesn't work with other ATAs / routers.
    > Thanks,
    > regards,
    > Martin


    I have the STUN set up as: stun.sipdiscount.com

    Then on my line 1:

    NAT Mapping Enable: YES
    NAT Keep Alive Enable: YES

    Proxy: sip.sipdiscount.com
    Use Outbound Proxy: NO
    Use OB Proxy In Dialog: NO
    Register: YES

    User ID: [SIP Discount User ID]
    Password: [SIP Discount Password]

    Preferred Codec: G729a
    Use Pref Codec Only: YES

    Dial Plan is currently set to: (*xx|xx.) as I haven't got around to testing
    other settings, therefore having to dial 0044121......
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 10, 2005
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  6. Martin²

    mark kelly Guest

    does anyone have something about these dial plan? I have not change my
    yet but I want to so that instead of dialing 0044xxxxxx
    I just dial 0xxxxxx. If that is possible.
    mark kelly, Nov 10, 2005
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  7. Martin²

    Brian A Guest

    On 10 Nov 2005 11:17:04 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    wrote:

    >does anyone have something about these dial plan? I have not change my
    >yet but I want to so that instead of dialing 0044xxxxxx
    >I just dial 0xxxxxx. If that is possible.

    <0:0044>[1-2]xx.<:mad:gw4>
    Where <:mad:gw4> is the gateway you wish to use (in this case gateway 4).
    If you are using your primary provider omit <:mad:gw4>.
    If you just want to dial a local number you should include:-
    <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx<:mad:gw4>
    In this case 00441274 is the code for Bradford - substitute your own
    area code. Omit <:mad:gw4> if you are using your primary provider.
    Seperate each rule with a '|' and surround with bracketsto give:-

    (<0:0044>[1-2]xx.<:mad:gw4>|<:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx<:mad:gw4>)

    Hope that this helps.
    Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.
    Brian A, Nov 10, 2005
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  8. Martin²

    Martin² Guest

    {Welcome},
    thanks for posting your settings, I tried every which way, but while I can
    register, any calls get immediately disconnected. The only difference I can
    think of, is that your PAP2 is presumably in a DMZ. And of course I have not
    paid them 5 Euros yet.

    Maybe need to open some ports on my Draytek VoIP router ?
    Has anybody got it working of any hardware, other then PAP2 and Asterisk ?
    Thanks,
    regards,
    Martin
    Martin², Nov 11, 2005
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  9. Thus spaketh Brian A:
    > On 10 Nov 2005 11:17:04 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> does anyone have something about these dial plan? I have not change
    >> my yet but I want to so that instead of dialing 0044xxxxxx
    >> I just dial 0xxxxxx. If that is possible.

    > <0:0044>[1-2]xx.<:mad:gw4>
    > Where <:mad:gw4> is the gateway you wish to use (in this case gateway 4).
    > If you are using your primary provider omit <:mad:gw4>.
    > If you just want to dial a local number you should include:-
    > <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx<:mad:gw4>
    > In this case 00441274 is the code for Bradford - substitute your own
    > area code. Omit <:mad:gw4> if you are using your primary provider.
    > Seperate each rule with a '|' and surround with bracketsto give:-
    >
    > (<0:0044>[1-2]xx.<:mad:gw4>|<:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx<:mad:gw4>)
    >
    > Hope that this helps.
    > Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.



    This is the dial plan I have created to use with Sip Discount:

    (<0:0044>[1-8]xx.|<999:00441216874070>|<:0044121>[2-8]xxxxxxS0 |<##:00>xx.)

    I have included ## to dial 00, as I need to dial internationally and without
    the ## substitute it doesn't work, anyone know how to get the dial plan to
    work with both using the standard 00 for international calls and also
    translating 0 to dial 0044?
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 11, 2005
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  10. Thus spaketh Martin²:
    > {Welcome},
    > thanks for posting your settings, I tried every which way, but while
    > I can register, any calls get immediately disconnected. The only
    > difference I can think of, is that your PAP2 is presumably in a DMZ.
    > And of course I have not paid them 5 Euros yet.
    >
    > Maybe need to open some ports on my Draytek VoIP router ?
    > Has anybody got it working of any hardware, other then PAP2 and
    > Asterisk ? Thanks,
    > regards,
    > Martin


    Just a note: I haven't forwarded any ports, nor put my PAP2 into a DMZ. It
    just works!
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 11, 2005
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  11. Martin²

    mark kelly Guest

    To Martin, I got it working on a Grandstream ATA handytone 486 my
    father had from just dial last night but he since decided to reset
    everything and it does nto work again.

    To Welcome. I think I work out how the dial plan works

    <0:0044>1-8 = when dial 0 convert to 0044
    <999:00441216874070> = when dial 999 convert to local police station.
    I assume the next part tell it that if just dial number without 0 at
    the beginning to dial 0044121
    than you put ## to copy the 00 for dialing aboard. But what does the
    xx and the [x-x] mean?
    mark kelly, Nov 11, 2005
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  12. Martin²

    mark kelly Guest

    http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html

    I found this that explain the dial plan very well.

    but still stuck on one part

    (<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)

    try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example 456999
    will make it dial 00441792456999

    <:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    Tried that but it still does not work :-(
    mark kelly, Nov 11, 2005
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  13. Martin²

    Brian A Guest

    On 11 Nov 2005 13:34:13 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    wrote:

    >http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html
    >
    >I found this that explain the dial plan very well.
    >
    >but still stuck on one part
    >
    >(<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)
    >
    >try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example 456999
    >will make it dial 00441792456999
    >
    ><:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    >Tried that but it still does not work :-(

    Too many x and don't need S0.
    I posted earlier in thread:-
    <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx
    Where 1274 is the code for Bradford - insert your own code.
    That DOES work.

    Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.
    Brian A, Nov 11, 2005
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  14. Thus spaketh Brian A:
    > On 11 Nov 2005 13:34:13 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html
    >>
    >> I found this that explain the dial plan very well.
    >>
    >> but still stuck on one part
    >>
    >> (<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)
    >>
    >> try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example 456999
    >> will make it dial 00441792456999
    >>
    >> <:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    >> Tried that but it still does not work :-(

    > Too many x and don't need S0.
    > I posted earlier in thread:-
    > <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx
    > Where 1274 is the code for Bradford - insert your own code.
    > That DOES work.
    >
    > Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.


    I find with the S0 it rings the number much quicker.
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 11, 2005
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  15. Thus spaketh {{{{{Welcome}}}}}:
    > Thus spaketh Brian A:
    >> On 11 Nov 2005 13:34:13 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html
    >>>
    >>> I found this that explain the dial plan very well.
    >>>
    >>> but still stuck on one part
    >>>
    >>> (<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)
    >>>
    >>> try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example 456999
    >>> will make it dial 00441792456999
    >>>
    >>> <:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    >>> Tried that but it still does not work :-(

    >> Too many x and don't need S0.
    >> I posted earlier in thread:-
    >> <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx
    >> Where 1274 is the code for Bradford - insert your own code.
    >> That DOES work.
    >>
    >> Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.

    >
    > I find with the S0 it rings the number much quicker.


    It shouldn't as you have stated how many digits to expect, earlier it would
    wait about 10 seconds without the S0 , but now seems to be fine without.
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 11, 2005
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  16. Martin²

    David Floyd Guest

    In message of Fri, 11 Nov 2005, {{{{{Welcome}}}}} writes
    >Thus spaketh {{{{{Welcome}}}}}:
    >> Thus spaketh Brian A:
    >>> On 11 Nov 2005 13:34:13 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html
    >>>>
    >>>> I found this that explain the dial plan very well.
    >>>>
    >>>> but still stuck on one part
    >>>>
    >>>> (<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)
    >>>>
    >>>> try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example 456999
    >>>> will make it dial 00441792456999
    >>>>
    >>>> <:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    >>>> Tried that but it still does not work :-(
    >>> Too many x and don't need S0.
    >>> I posted earlier in thread:-
    >>> <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx
    >>> Where 1274 is the code for Bradford - insert your own code.
    >>> That DOES work.
    >>>
    >>> Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.

    >>
    >> I find with the S0 it rings the number much quicker.

    >
    >It shouldn't as you have stated how many digits to expect, earlier it would
    >wait about 10 seconds without the S0 , but now seems to be fine without.
    >
    >

    That's because you had 6 'x's instead of 5. Because you had S0 it was
    waiting for another digit.
    David Floyd, Nov 11, 2005
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  17. Martin²

    mark kelly Guest

    Thanx didn't notice the extra x that was on welcome dialplan and than
    when it didn't work didn't tigger. It now works perfectly!

    Part 1 of 2 now done. Now part 2, but I think the last part is
    impossible. That is have the telephone handset connected in say line 1
    of the PAP2 device. Than when receive a call on sipgate make the
    handset ring on line 2 but able to make calls from the line 1
    (sipdiscount) without having to unplug and plug in the phone handset
    into the other socket.
    mark kelly, Nov 12, 2005
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  18. Thus spaketh David Floyd:
    > In message of Fri, 11 Nov 2005, {{{{{Welcome}}}}} writes
    >> Thus spaketh {{{{{Welcome}}}}}:
    >>> Thus spaketh Brian A:
    >>>> On 11 Nov 2005 13:34:13 -0800, "mark kelly" <>
    >>>> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/332476.html
    >>>>>
    >>>>> I found this that explain the dial plan very well.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> but still stuck on one part
    >>>>>
    >>>>> (<0:0044>[1278]xx.|<999:00441792456999>|<##:00>xx.)
    >>>>>
    >>>>> try to get local number to work, by dialling say for example
    >>>>> 456999 will make it dial 00441792456999
    >>>>>
    >>>>> <:00441792>[2-8]xxxxxxS0
    >>>>> Tried that but it still does not work :-(
    >>>> Too many x and don't need S0.
    >>>> I posted earlier in thread:-
    >>>> <:00441274>[2-9]xxxxx
    >>>> Where 1274 is the code for Bradford - insert your own code.
    >>>> That DOES work.
    >>>>
    >>>> Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.
    >>>
    >>> I find with the S0 it rings the number much quicker.

    >>
    >> It shouldn't as you have stated how many digits to expect, earlier
    >> it would wait about 10 seconds without the S0 , but now seems to be
    >> fine without.

    > That's because you had 6 'x's instead of 5. Because you had S0 it was
    > waiting for another digit.


    You have that the wrong way around.

    Without the S0 on the end it was waiting 10 seconds. So I tried with the S0
    on the end and found there was no wait.

    However I later tried it without S0 and the wait that was there before has
    gone, without changing any other settings.


    Surely 6 x is right?

    as in (0121) 660 0000 The first digital 6 in the local number is accounted
    for in [2-8] then you have 6 more digits making it a 7 digit local number.

    Yes just tried it with only 5 x and doesn't work (unobtainable tone), hence
    putting 6 x in the first place which does work and calls without delay.
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 12, 2005
    #18
  19. Thus spaketh mark kelly:
    > Thanx didn't notice the extra x that was on welcome dialplan and than
    > when it didn't work didn't tigger. It now works perfectly!
    >


    I need the 6 x's as I am in a 7 digital local number area, as you are in a 6
    digit local area you will indeed need one less x than on my plan.
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Nov 12, 2005
    #19
  20. Martin²

    Martin² Guest

    Mark K:
    >I got it working on a Grandstream ATA handytone 486


    I got it working on friends Zyxel 2602 HWL VoIP router in 20 sec flat !
    So why does it NOT work with Draytek ?
    Surely somebody somewhere must know....
    Regards,
    Martin
    Martin², Nov 12, 2005
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