Previously, I had a VOIP account with blueface.ie, which provided me with 8 SIP accounts and 8 geographic numbers (DDIs).
In Asterisk/FreePBX, I set up 8 trunks to peer with these SIP accounts and 8 Inbound routes to send calls to 8 distinct internal extensions.
All worked well.
I recently asked blueface.ie to provide me with 8 more geographic numbers (DDIs).
They did this, but didn’t provide any more SIP accounts. They told me that I should be able to use my existing SIP accounts to route these new DDIs to new extensions.
I haven’t been able to do this.
Previously, when setting up my trunks, I used the following register string:
mxxx is the username
pxxx is the password
1053 is the internal extension associated with the DDI
The Peer Details are:
I then have a Internal Route, which is configured with the DDI and internal extension to ring.
In my blueface.ie VOIP settings, the DDI is configured to ring the relevant SIP acccount.
As I say, this all worked fine.
Can anyone point me in the direction of the changes I need to make so that different DDI can route to dedicated extensions via the same SIP account?
I have set up multiple Inbound Routes for the different DDI, but the DDI will always ring the internal extension in the Register String.
If I remove the internal extension from the Register String, the call doesn’t get placed.