Hi, sorry newbee here again…
I am trying to dial-out via my PSTN line through my OpenVox A400P card however there is something wrong with my dialplans…
I’ve noticed that FreePBX strips the first digit when dialed??
Trixbox never did this the way I configured it which was to use 9 as a prefix for the external PSTN route.
Currently I have managed to configure the prefix’s thanks to some people here
However, how do I stop FreePBX stripping the initial digit?
All that should be dialed is:
knowning not what I am doing I attempted this:
Prepend Prefix Match Pattern 0 9. 07+NXXXXXXXX 7 9. 7+NXXXXXX 8 9. 8+NXXXXXX
My logic was that whenever I dialed a cell number, the Asterisk log would always show that the leading 0 had been stripped. The same for a local PSTN number as in the UK we use 0208 and 0207 for London numbers…
when dialed the local PSTN numbers should only be dialed as 8+number or 7+number.
The easiest would be to get FreePBX to stop stripping the numbers but I don’t see anyway of doing that so I need to really differentiate between a cell number and local London landline in the dialplans.
I am not sure how to though as my attempt to add a 0 for cell, 7 for any number that matched being dialed out with 7 or adding 8 to any number being dialed out as such isn’t working.
Can anyone suggest anything??
Sorry for what should be such a simple thing but I really don’t understand what is going on and the internet wasn’t much help in defining things either though this:
did shed some light on things.