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Outgoing Dial Rules in A[email protected]



 
 
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Old October 5th 05, 10:04 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]

Hello,

I've finally got Voipbuster working as an IAX trunk.

I've configured the Outbound Routing as 9|. so that I can use Voipbuster by
dialling 9. Then all the digits dialled after the 9 are sent to the trunk
(with the 9 stripped)

Then, in Outgoing Dial Rules, I've added 00441274+NXXXXX which simply adds
all the extra bits to our six digit local numbers - this works fine.

The problem I'm having is what to do with other STDs. I would like to dial
9, followed by an 11 digit UK number, then have asterisk strip the 9, then
strip the 1st 0, then add 0044.

This 0|0044+[12]XXXXXXXXX doesn't seem to work.


  #2  
Old October 5th 05, 11:04 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Sparks
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]



This 0|0044+[12]XXXXXXXXX doesn't seem to work.


Do you want to have to dial a 9?

If not, try this...

Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
00441.
00442.
0|1.
0|2.
0|3.
0|800.
0|808.
[2-8].


Trunks - Voipbuster
0044+XXXXXXXXXX
00441274+XXXXXX

-----------
But if you really want to dial a 9, try this...
Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
901|.
902|.
903|.

Trunks - Voipbuster
0044+XXXXXXXXXX



Sparks...



  #3  
Old October 5th 05, 11:10 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]



Sparks wrote:
||| This 0|0044+[12]XXXXXXXXX doesn't seem to work.
|||
||
|| Do you want to have to dial a 9?
||
|| If not, try this...
||
|| Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
|| 00441.
|| 00442.
|| 0|1.
|| 0|2.
|| 0|3.
|| 0|800.
|| 0|808.
|| [2-8].
||
||
|| Trunks - Voipbuster
|| 0044+XXXXXXXXXX
|| 00441274+XXXXXX
||
|| -----------
|| But if you really want to dial a 9, try this...
|| Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
|| 901|.
|| 902|.
|| 903|.
||
|| Trunks - Voipbuster
|| 0044+XXXXXXXXXX
||
||
||
|| Sparks...

Thanks for the reply.

Unfortunately, I'm already using 0| for another trunk........

Using your 901|. suggestion, where would the 6 digit local numbers fit in?


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Old October 5th 05, 11:18 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Sparks
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]



Thanks for the reply.

Unfortunately, I'm already using 0| for another trunk........

Using your 901|. suggestion, where would the 6 digit local numbers fit in?


I do apologise, I meant 90|. not 901|. 902|. 903|.

This will catch all 0XXXXXXXXXX (So mobiles too)

If you only want 01 02 03 numbers passed to VoIPBuster, then I think this
will do it

Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
90|[123].

Trunks - Voipbuster
0044+XXXXXXXXXX

Sparks...


  #5  
Old October 5th 05, 11:24 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Sparks
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Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
90|[123].

Trunks - Voipbuster
0044+XXXXXXXXXX

Sparks...


....and for the local 6 digit number

Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
9.[2-9]XXXXX


Trunks - Voipbuster
00441274+XXXXXX

Sparks...


  #6  
Old October 5th 05, 11:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Sparks
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]

....sorry, that should be.... (I am tired!!)


Outbound Routing - VoipBuster
9|[2-9]XXXXX


Trunks - Voipbuster
00441274+XXXXXX

Sparks...



  #7  
Old October 6th 05, 09:39 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
RH
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]


"Jono" wrote in message
.uk...
Hello,

I've finally got Voipbuster working as an IAX trunk.

Dont suppose you can share the settings that you are using in [email protected] trunk
settings?



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Old October 6th 05, 10:08 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Sparks
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]


Dont suppose you can share the settings that you are using in [email protected] trunk
settings?


Mine are...

Trunk IAX2/voipbuster

host=213.61.187.150
insecure=very
notransfer=yes
secret=PASSWORD
type=peer
username=USERNAME

Just replace USERNAME and PASSWORD with yours, and you should be laughing!

Make sure you pass the full international number to it, even for UK calls

Dial Rules
0044+XXXXXXXXXX
00441689+XXXXXX (Replace 1689 with your area code)

If you are in an 020 area code, replace the second line with
004420+XXXXXXXX
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Then in Outbound Routing - VoipBuster

00441.
00442.
00443.
0|1.
0|2.
0|3.
0|800.
0|808.
[2-8].


Sparks...


  #9  
Old October 7th 05, 09:58 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Matt
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]

Cheers for posting the settings.

A couple of quck questions...

1) Do you have a registration entry?


2) Any ideas why I get this?...

Oct 7 21:54:40 VERBOSE[1070]: -- Executing Dial("SIP/200-67f5",
"IAX2/vbuster/00441213332xxx") in new stack
Oct 7 21:54:40 WARNING[1070]: No such host: vbuster
Oct 7 21:54:40 NOTICE[1070]: Unable to create channel of type 'IAX2'
Oct 7 21:54:40 VERBOSE[1070]: == Everyone is busy/congested at this
time
Oct 7 21:54:40 DEBUG[1070]: Exiting with DIALSTATUS=CHANUNAVAIL.

Many thanks


Matthew

  #10  
Old October 7th 05, 10:01 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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Default Outgoing Dial Rules in [email protected]



Matt wrote:
|| Cheers for posting the settings.
||
|| A couple of quck questions...
||
|| 1) Do you have a registration entry?
||
||
|| 2) Any ideas why I get this?...
||
|| Oct 7 21:54:40 VERBOSE[1070]: -- Executing Dial("SIP/200-67f5",
|| "IAX2/vbuster/00441213332xxx") in new stack
|| Oct 7 21:54:40 WARNING[1070]: No such host: vbuster
|| Oct 7 21:54:40 NOTICE[1070]: Unable to create channel of type 'IAX2'
|| Oct 7 21:54:40 VERBOSE[1070]: == Everyone is busy/congested at this
|| time
|| Oct 7 21:54:40 DEBUG[1070]: Exiting with DIALSTATUS=CHANUNAVAIL.
||
|| Many thanks
||
||
|| Matthew

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