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Topic # 111378 1-Nov-2012 11:52
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I'm having a play with Asterisk (on the Raspberry Pi) and some Cisco 7940 IP phones running SIP firmware.

Rather than starting from scratch, does anyone have a working dialplan.xml file that they could share with me as a starting point?dialplan.xml</




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  Reply # 710469 1-Nov-2012 15:38
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hads: Base it off this one;


https://nicegear.co.nz/blog/new-zealand-xml-dialplan-for-snom-ip-phones/



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And that will work even tho it's for a Snom? (Did Snom just copy Cisco?)




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  Reply # 710470 1-Nov-2012 15:40
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I'm not sure of the exact Cisco format but it's similar, you'll still have to do some work :)






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  Reply # 710489 1-Nov-2012 16:22
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Yep, pretty out of date (looks to be pre 022 and 028 numbers aside from 2talk).

Thanks tho, will be a good starting point.




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  Reply # 710492 1-Nov-2012 16:27
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Would an SPA122 dial plan help?




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  Reply # 710508 1-Nov-2012 16:44
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DonGould: Would an SPA122 dial plan help?


The format is quite different. I already have sbiddle's dial plan for the SPA gear from this provisioning file




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  Reply # 711047 2-Nov-2012 17:02
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have a look here ajrobbins - http://voicecom.co.nz/cisco

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  Reply # 711052 2-Nov-2012 17:08
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vespaman: have a look here ajrobbins -http://voicecom.co.nz/cisco


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  Reply # 711054 2-Nov-2012 17:10
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you are right don gould - my bad.

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You're welcome, is that your site? Seems like a great resource and kind of them to make it public.




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Yes its mine. I have played extensively with 79XX cisco handsets and asterisk and am happy to share here, as long as it doesn't get thrashed by one and all.

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vespaman: Yes its mine. I have played extensively with 79XX cisco handsets and asterisk and am happy to share here, as long as it doesn't get thrashed by one and all.

I like the can do kiwi domain by the way, we should all have one.


Thanks.

I've been thinking of selling email addresses on it for a couple of bucks a year (just to cover costs more than anything).




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