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By Grandalf
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I have been using voip for years through Draytek routers. These are easy to use as dial plans are just laid out in tabular form and are self explantory. I have now just ordered an Obi300 to tidy up the system a bit and have some difficulty understanding dial strings. Most of the ones seem to be over complicated and assume you are also using a Pots line, I only use voip. All I am trying to do is when dialling a number starting with 0, I need it to be stripped off and replace with 44 as I need the county code to dial out. Any other starting number should be taken as a local call and insert the regional code. Eg if I dial 123456 I would like to output 441484123456 (01484 is my local code). Any assistance to point me in the right direction would be most welcome.
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By WelshPaul
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Been a while since I looked at oBihai dial plans...

To dial 0148412345 on your telephones keypad and have the OBi300 actually dial the international format then you would use the following dial plan syntax:
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<0:0044>0xxxxxxxxxx
This 0xxxxxxxxxx matches 01484123456 and this <0:0044> matches the 0 and replaces it with 0044 and prepends it to the rest of the dialled number.
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By Grandalf
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Just a further thought. I do not need to dial 0044 to dial out, just 44 instead of 0. so would the following work?
(<0:44>xxx xxx xxx xx | <[1-9]:441484>xxx xxx | 0 [1237] xxx xxx xxx | 00xx.)
Seems to be several ways of writing these thing, getting a litte confused. Very much appreciate and further advice
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Yea you got it. :ok_hand:

Does Huddersfield have local numbers starting with a 1? If not change [1-9] to [2-9].
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The following topic should help you understand better how your OBi device works with digit maps:

WelshPaul @ An Introduction to Digit Maps & Call Routing for OBi Devices
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