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Topic # 150714 31-Jul-2014 15:31
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Hi,

 I just set up my Huawei HG556a for VOIP with 2Talk, but had problems dialling out. It ended up the issue was the digit map and thought I would share with others.


 To setup your Huawei HG556a follow instructions on 2Talks site per this link:-
http://www.2talk.co.nz/supportview.html?doc=hg556a

 Log back into modem, select Voice, Phone and replace Digit Map field with this:-

0[3-9]xxxxxxx|[3-9]xxxxxx|111|*x.#|x.#|*x.T|x.T

Save and Reboot for change to take affect.


This digit map immediately dials local numbers, national numbers, emergency number, numbers ending with # and dials all other numbers after 3 second timeout.

 Hope this is helpful for somebody.


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  Reply # 1099409 31-Jul-2014 15:37
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2Talk is not a Vodafone service this is best moved out of the Vodafone section of Geekzone

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  Reply # 1099412 31-Jul-2014 15:39
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Hi,

Interesting Info for those of concern!
I think there was a tutorial somewhere with this on it i saw a while back.
@johnr probably wants to be in the VOIP section.

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  Reply # 1126649 11-Sep-2014 17:42
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 I have since discovered that above digit map doesn't like dialling 0800 and 0508 numbers. Above instructions still same but here is amended digit map:-

0[34679]xxxxxxx|[2-9]xxxxxx|111|*x.#|x.#|*x.T|x.T


P.S. Although not a Vodafone service the Huawei HG556a is a Vodafone product and understand not sold by anyone else (except 2nd hand), so I'm happy to leave in this section.

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