Is it possible (and if so, does anyone know which delimiter is used) to specify multiple DID’s to match for Inbound Route DID-matching?
For example, right now you have:
Add Incoming Route > Add DID Number
And we specify:
Is there a way to specify multiple DID’s, for example:
The reason I ask, is that we have 60+ DID’s, and it would be much easier to create inbound routes for groups that all go to the same location.
Thank you in advance,
Thank you for the reply. I’m aware of the tooltip and I’ve also searched prior to posting; however, I didn’t understand that to solve my issue.
In other words, I’m not asking about pattern matching, but instead, about a succession of full numbers(Num1,Num2,Num3). Unless what you’re saying is that a succession of numbers is just a type of pattern?
Or, is this just any regex expression? If so, I can easily create the pattern of numbers using a pipe, for example, (8883334444|8883335555)?
It is a regex, if you have a series of DID’s in continuous order like 888333400 to 888333499, you enter 8883334XX.
If your DID’s are random, then use the Buld DID module. It will allow you to import a large number of DID’s and associate them with a destination.
Just to confirm … And for future searchers stumbling upon this topic, it sounds like the only option available in “Incoming Routes” is single numbers or wild-card pattern matching. There is no option for “OR” logic.
Since I use you the FreePBX team for our DID’s, I use the SIPStation module, which has a similar benefit to the Bulk DID Module.
However, it really creates a mess of the routes user-interface the way FreePBX squishes them into the side-frame, and worse, it is very time consuming to make a change.
Perhaps it will be better to simply make any changes through MySQL using updates (once the trunks have all been created).