I am not arguing, pretty obvious you have some issue of your own to deal with Mr Dicko, very fitting username by the way.
Anyway, @ fizgig10, I am not sure why you are pointing your Google Voice number to another DID number, the only reason I can see is you’re trying to mask your real number to maybe avoid telemarketers in the future?
Without sounding out of place, and also not saying what you are doing is wrong, but most use google voice to use for local and long distance calling, and to of course have another call channel into your PBX.
If you are interested in setting up just for an inbound channel, it can be done, somewhat complex too, but there is a module that you can upload to your PBX to allow all this to happen.
Could you maybe explain what you’re hoping to get out of this and maybe I can assist you further. I have set up Google Voice a couple of times but always had issues with the outbound calls failing.
DICKO is the very reason people stop providing help on forums like these, I can’t stand trolls and I can’t stand people that think they know everything about nothing.
Back on subject.
In short, Google voice is temperamental at best, some have had luck with it and a lot of people have not… That includes me.
res_jabber is one of the modules that needs installing, chan_gtalk is the other and some setup information that requires editing some files. It is complex if you’re new to freepbx and editing of files, but if you’re interested on how to do it… check this out. http://www.personal.psu.edu/wcs131/blogs/psuvoip/2010/11/adding_google_voice_to_freepbx.html
There is also an upload you can add to your pbx, does most of this for you, and I have that upload on one of my network drives somewhere. Again, that upload did not work out to well either, mainly due to Google changing the way Google voice works.
I hope this was of some help, I DO NOT provide incorrect information either… If I do not know, I research or I do not answer.