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JimBrack
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#341659 14-Jun-2010 19:09
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I've never had to dial the area code for a local call. unless your using an 028 or 0800 number, then your dial plan would be useful

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Just tried it on my 0800 line and it works. As my 0800 line is the last of 4  lines on my PABX it is rearly used to make outgoing calls

 
 
 

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  #341663 14-Jun-2010 19:24
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berend:
Why ???


Because you have to dial 09 in front of your number with this dial plan. With my change you can simply dial a local number like a land line allows you to do.


I think your missing the point berend....
The dial plan has already taken care of 7 digit (local) and 9 digit (National) dialling, you do not have to dial a  03, 04 , 09 etc

The very first part of the config covers 7 digit dialing [2-9]xxxxxx, and the other part I highlighted covers National 9 digit dialing,




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  #341665 14-Jun-2010 19:26
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JimBrack: I've never had to dial the area code for a local call. unless your using an 028 or 0800 number, then your dial plan would be useful


Yep, on an 028 line. Am busy organising to free my current 09 number and transfering to 2talk. So you seem to suggest that 2talk would automatically append 09 when I have an incoming 09 number. I'll try that when my number is released by Vodafone.



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  #341666 14-Jun-2010 19:27
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I think your missing the point berend....
The dial plan has already taken care of 7 digit (local) and 9 digit (National) dialling, you do not have to dial a  03, 04 , 09 etc

The very first part of the config covers 7 digit dialing [2-9]xxxxxx, and the other part I highlighted covers National 9 digit dialing,


But it doesn't work. If I dial a 7 digit number here, it ain't going nowhere.

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  #341670 14-Jun-2010 19:34
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berend:
I think your missing the point berend....
The dial plan has already taken care of 7 digit (local) and 9 digit (National) dialling, you do not have to dial a  03, 04 , 09 etc

The very first part of the config covers 7 digit dialing [2-9]xxxxxx, and the other part I highlighted covers National 9 digit dialing,


But it doesn't work. If I dial a 7 digit number here, it ain't going nowhere.


Thats got nothing to do with the Dial Plan and everything to do with the service provider, ITSP's should allow 7 digit local dialling, if not something is wrong, Steves dial plan is designed to allow local calling and follows the National Dial plan, changing it to what you are stating is not required and effects local dialling.

Who are you using for Voice Services ?




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  #341674 14-Jun-2010 19:39
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maverick:
berend:
I think your missing the point berend....
The dial plan has already taken care of 7 digit (local) and 9 digit (National) dialling, you do not have to dial a  03, 04 , 09 etc

The very first part of the config covers 7 digit dialing [2-9]xxxxxx, and the other part I highlighted covers National 9 digit dialing,


But it doesn't work. If I dial a 7 digit number here, it ain't going nowhere.


Thats got nothing to do with the Dial Plan and everything to do with the service provider, ITSP's should allow 7 digit local dialling, if not something is wrong, Steves dial plan is designed to allow local calling and follows the National Dial plan, changing it to what you are stating is not required and effects local dialling.

Who are you using for Voice Services ?





He's using a 028 number, same rules as a mobile, need to use area codes for all calls....

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  #341694 14-Jun-2010 21:08
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berend:
I think your missing the point berend....
The dial plan has already taken care of 7 digit (local) and 9 digit (National) dialling, you do not have to dial a  03, 04 , 09 etc

The very first part of the config covers 7 digit dialing [2-9]xxxxxx, and the other part I highlighted covers National 9 digit dialing,


But it doesn't work. If I dial a 7 digit number here, it ain't going nowhere.


If you only have an 028 2talk number you have no region. Every call is a toll call for you which requires adding an area code to every call you make.

Nothing needs changing in my dialplan, you just need to remember to add the 03/04/06/07/09 at the front of each and every call you make.

Once you have a phone number in a local calling area every call you make within that LCA only requires 7 digits.



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sbiddle: I've made a small change to the original file to fix the ringtone cadence and have changed the busy tone to timeout after 30 seconds.

I've also created two additional files:

http://nzvoipzone.com/spacustom.cfg

This file has no ability to dial 3 digit numbers except for numbers in the 100-199 range. This avoids the issue of a delay after the 3rd digit.

http://nzvoipzone.com/spapbx.cfg

This is a copy of the spacustom file but has a predigit of 1 loaded before all number ranges so 1 can be used as a predigit / escape digit if you are using a PBX and want to use this.


From my understanding there are three files:

1) http://voipzone.co.nz/spaconfig.cfg
2) http://nzvoipzone.com/spacustom.cfg
3) http://nzvoipzone.com/spapbx.cfg

I'm wanting to confirm the differences between them, which I believe is only with the dialplan.

1) spaconfig allows three digit extensions, and does not require the use of 1 to get an external line.
2) spacustom does not allow three digit numbers (except in the 100-199 range), and does not require the use of a 1 to get an external line.
3) spapbx allows three digit extensions, and requires the use of a 1 to get an external line.

Can you please confirm that these are the only differences between the files. Also, out of curiosities sake, are there any other config files? If so, what are the differences for them?

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  #624109 12-May-2012 20:10
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Is this file still available? I have tried putting it in my PAP2T but no deal. Have all the right boxes checked but it just wont download the config.

Have tried to write my own dial plans for a while but this config is just so much better and broader than I could manage, also more normal sounding tones would be nice.

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  #624122 12-May-2012 20:25
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My file doesn't work at present. I've actually renewed the domain tonight that expired a while ago so if I find some spare time I might work on it again.

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  #624153 12-May-2012 21:53
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That's all good. At least I know it isn't me being retard!

Edit: Just re-checked the PAP2T then and it has all of your config in it! Assuming you have put the file back up? Dialing is so fast!!

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  #627093 17-May-2012 21:43
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Have just moved from VFX to 2talk, and remembered your blog post from way back, but yeah the config doesnt work anymore Frown

Please fix Mr Steve Laughing

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  #627158 18-May-2012 06:21
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It's been working fine for the last week since I got around to reregistering the domain that it was hosted on.


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  #627423 18-May-2012 17:01
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Awesome!! you da voip man, Sealed

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  #659570 21-Jul-2012 15:18
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hi
For the past few days I have been checking the link to the config file has been dead - as has the url voipzone.co.nz

Is this temporary or has the site gone offline?

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