Dial Plan - PAP2?

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by ras, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. ras

    ras Guest

    Does anyone have a Dial Plan for use in the UK or information on how
    to configure one. (I wish to configure "Speed dial" & add country code
    automatically, If possible)

    i.e. pap2/admin/advanced/line1/Dial Plan
    -- ras
    ras, Oct 1, 2005
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  2. ras

    Sean Guest

    Hi, add these for auto prefixing

    This prefixes numbers starting 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9 and with 6 more digits
    with 0044121 |<:0044121>[2-9]xxxxxx|

    This prefixes any number starting 0, with 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9 after it
    with a unlimited amount of digits with, 0044 and removes the
    first 0 |<0:0044>[1-9]x.|

    The following allows easy calling to different IP networks.

    The first means if i call #1 55555 #, it calls it as
    , the second and third are for sipgate and voipfone.
    Sure you can add more, and work it out :)

    |<#1:>[x*].<#:>S0 <:mad:fwd.pulver.com>|<#2:>[x*].<#:>S0
    <:mad:sipgate.co.uk>|<#3:>[x*].<#:>S0 <:mad:voipfone.co.uk>|
    Sean, Oct 1, 2005
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  3. ras

    Al Guest

    When you talk about "auto-prefixing", my settings don't mention that
    phrase anywhere. Is this another way of saying "dial plan"? If so, my
    dial plan string currently consists of the following:
    This was there by default and I haven't the foggiest idea of what it
    means. Is there some explanation somewhere of what the syntax of this
    string is? Also, when you say "add these" where exactly do I add them?
    Al, Oct 2, 2005
  4. ras

    ras Guest

    -- ras
    ras, Oct 2, 2005
  5. ras

    Al Guest

    Thanks but any chance of letting me know the syntax - it must surely
    be documented somewhere?
    Al, Oct 2, 2005
  6. ras

    peter Guest

    The syntax and options are documented in the appendix of the Sipura
    User guide. Here's a link :
    peter, Oct 2, 2005
  7. ras

    ras Guest

    Read the thread Fwd Re Dial Plan (Later Thread)
    -- ras
    ras, Oct 2, 2005
  8. ras

    Rune Guest

    Interesting.. Does this mean you can configure the PAP2 unit to call out
    using multiple SIP providers? How many can you have?

    Also, what about incoming phone calls? Can you only configure one for
    each of the 2 ports? And perhaps more important; do you need 2 phones
    connected to the 2 ports to be able to receive phone calls? Or can you
    route them through to the one port you have your phone connected to?

    I would want to receive phone calls on the one phone I've got, from
    multiple providers (atleast 2), and make phone calls through any
    (atleast 2) providers.. Is the PAP2 capable of this?
    Rune, Oct 3, 2005
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