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#6209
Hi There,

What changes would I have to make to the "Dial Plan" settings to prefix a local dial code to any 6 digit numbers? E.g. I live in Worksop which has a dial code of 01909. So if I dialed 345678, I'd want it to connect to 01909 345678.

I currently have the following dial plan as suggested in this post..

{ 100 | 101 | 111 | 112 | 155 | 195 | 999 | 116xxx | 116111 | 116123 | 118xxx | 1471 | 157[1-2] | 08001111 | 0845464x | 0[1235789]xxxxxxxxx | 00xxx. | x+ | \+x+ | *x+ | *xx*x+ }
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#6212
GeeLeeds wrote:Hi There,

What changes would I have to make to the "Dial Plan" settings to prefix a local dial code to any 6 digit numbers? E.g. I live in Worksop which has a dial code of 01909. So if I dialed 345678, I'd want it to connect to 01909 345678.
Sorry for the late reply, I haven't been well...

Give the following dial plan a go:
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{ <=01909>[2-9]xxxxx | 100 | 101 | 111 | 112 | 155 | 195 | 999 | 116xxx | 116111 | 116123 | 118xxx | 1471 | 157[1-2] | 08001111 | 0845464x | 0[1235789]xxxxxxxxx | 00xxx. | x+ | \+x+ | *x+ | *xx*x+ }
With the above dial plan, anyone dialling a six digit number beginning with numbers 2-9 will result in 01909 being appended to them.
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#6213
Hi Paul,

I hope you are feeling better now, and thanks for the response.

I've used the following string...

{ 100 | 101 | 111 | 112 | 155 | 195 | 999 | 116xxx | 116111 | 116123 | 118xxx | 1471 | 157[1-2] | 08001111 | 0845464x | <= 01909 >[2-9]xxxxxx | 0[1235789]xxxxxxxxx | 00xxx. | x+ | \+x+ | *x+ | *xx*x+ }

But when I dial "222222" the call fails with sipgate showing the following number was dialled... +222222 :thinking:
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#6214
howdensg wrote: Fri 23rd Apr 2021, 22:43 I am working through the same question at the moment. I think that the answer would be to add another element to the dial plan as follows:

| <:01909> xxxxxx |

I am going to give it a try over the next couple of days
Also tried this option with no luck :confused:
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#6215
Just tested the following dial plan on a Grandstream HT812 and it worked just fine:
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{ <=01792>[2-9]xxxxx | L: 10[01] | L: 11[12] | L: 195 | L: 999 | L: 147[457-9] | L: 17070 | 155 | 116xxx | 116111 | 116123 | 118xxx | 1471 | 157[1-2] | 08001111 | 0845464x | 0[1235789]xxxxxxxxx | 00xxx. | x+ | \+x+ | *x+ | *xx*x+ }
EDIT: Ahh my eyesight isn't what it once was... I had placed some spaces in the <=01909> syntax! :flushed:
(edited original post and removed them)
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