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Topic # 189318 23-Dec-2015 18:43
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Hi All,
I have a SPA112 on a 2talk 028 number. ( linked to my 09 number)
The device has been autoprovisioned by 2Talk and works well.

One issue I have I cant dial 7 digit local number.
To dial local numbers I have to dial the 09

The dial plan from 2talk is as follows
([2-9]xxxxxx|0[34679][2-9]xxxxxx|0210xxxxxxx|021[12]xxxxxx|021[3-9]xxxxx|02[0279]xxxxxxx|0240xxxxxx|0240xxxxxx|024[1-9]xxxxxxx|0282[4-5]xxxxxx|050xxxxxxx|070xxxxxxx|080xxxxxxx|00xxxxxxx.|01[08]|017xx|12[356]|[19]11|*55|023xxxxxxxx|01[1234569]x.|02[56]x.|028[013456789]x.|0282[0123467890]|0282[01236789]|05[1-9]x.|08[1-9]x.|0[34679][0-1]x.|1[03456789]x.|11[023456789]x.|12[0124789]x.|*[012346789]x.|*5[012346789]x.)

I am wanting to add to the dial plan a prepend 09 on a 7 digit number
I have done a bit of googling but am now getting cross-eyed.

my SPA504G has the following dial plan
(*xx|[3469]11|0|00|[2-9]xxxxxx|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx.)
This can dial 7 digit number but if I put it in to the SPA112 it still does not work.

Any assistance appreciated.

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John





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  Reply # 1456224 23-Dec-2015 18:48
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I can't believe 2talk are still using my dialplan that they ripped off my page! It has quite a few flaws in it now with number ranges that have changed.

The [2-9]xxxxxx will match local 7 digit numbers beginning with 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and then 6 digits. If you can't dial one of these numbers the dialplan isn't your issue.


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  Reply # 1456228 23-Dec-2015 19:00
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If you have an 028 number registered, then its like a mobile, you need to put the 09 as it is a different areacode.

If you dont want to dial the 09 then register with your 09 number.




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  Reply # 1456296 23-Dec-2015 21:07
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Correct. Once you register your 09 number (assuming it's Auckland and not Hibiscus Coast), you'll be able to dial local Auckland numbers without 09. That's what I do with my 2Talk plan and SPA112. However, I had to manually configure my SPA112 using settings at the 2Talk site, as the auto-provision script didn't work when I tried a couple of months back, and was confirmed by 2Talk that it was non-operational then.

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  Reply # 1456299 23-Dec-2015 21:13
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sbiddle: I can't believe 2talk are still using my dialplan that they ripped off my page! It has quite a few flaws in it now with number ranges that have changed.

The [2-9]xxxxxx will match local 7 digit numbers beginning with 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and then 6 digits. If you can't dial one of these numbers the dialplan isn't your issue.



If there are flaws in your dial plan on your site, maybe it would be nice to rectify or update this?  When I started out I found your site very helpful, but it's a pity it hasn't been maintained and your download links have been dead for a long time.

Just a suggestion, and I guess you're a very busy man. Merry Christmas. 

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  Reply # 1456307 23-Dec-2015 21:43
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If you have an 028 only number and want to do 7 digit dialing you could configure a prefix so that 09 is added to 7 digit numbers.

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  Reply # 1456309 23-Dec-2015 21:44
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sbiddle: I can't believe 2talk are still using my dialplan that they ripped off my page! It has quite a few flaws in it now with number ranges that have changed.

The [2-9]xxxxxx will match local 7 digit numbers beginning with 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and then 6 digits. If you can't dial one of these numbers the dialplan isn't your issue.



If there are flaws in your dial plan on your site, maybe it would be nice to rectify or update this?  When I started out I found your site very helpful, but it's a pity it hasn't been maintained and your download links have been dead for a long time.

Just a suggestion, and I guess you're a very busy man. Merry Christmas. 


Yeah it's something I should update, but I just never find the time.

Part of my reason for pulling the URL and hosted file was the number of emails I was getting for support for 2talk and iTalk people - this was regularly in excess on 10 emails per day from people who had trouble getting devices working.




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  Reply # 1456310 23-Dec-2015 21:55
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sbiddle: If you have an 028 only number and want to do 7 digit dialing you could configure a prefix so that 09 is added to 7 digit numbers.


My 09 number diverts to several 028 numbers, this allows me to transfer calls between phones.

I have tried < : 09 >[2-9]xxxxxx ( then the rest of the dial code ) and that did not help

I then tried <:09>[2-9]xxxxxx ( then the rest of the dial code ) and that also did not help.

Looking for inspiration

John




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  Reply # 1456396 24-Dec-2015 08:52
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Your problem relates to the fact you are trying to use the 028 'line' for your outbound calls. There is no such thing as a local-call in the '028' prefix. If you were to dial '555-1234', how would 2talk know if you were wanting '09 555-1234' versus '03 555-1234'? Answer: they wouldn't. They can't tell because your'e coming FROM 028, not FROM 09.

It's exactly the same as trying to dial a local number from a cellphone without the 09 prefix. It will fail, and it's supposed to fail.

Even if you modify the dial-plan to automagically insert an '09' on 7-digit numbers, the call will still effectively be a toll call (albeit a very cheap one) rather than a 'local number' call.

Change the number you are authenticating the call with to an 09 local number. If you don't have one, get one (or give up).

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  Reply # 1456402 24-Dec-2015 09:22
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I have told the wife she needs to dial 09 and she is happy with that.

Thanks for all your help everyone.

John




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