I thought I was getting a good deal when I bought my new router with built-in voip port, but it took a conversation with netcomm's helpdesk to get my voip (2talk) to register.
Silly me, I was under the assumption that dialplans were a standard syntax, and the one I'd been using on my PAP2T would be fine. Nope - it wouldn't even register the account. It turns out that Netcomm (or this router in particular - I've seen several different syntax for their hardware's DP) doesn't support . (dot) as a wildcard for number of digits, and doesn't support a leading * as they claim that star codes are natively supported and configured by the router, so my voicemail is inaccessible as I can't dial *55.
The nice guy at netcomm did send me a basic DP that at least got the account registered, but I can't dial 027xxxxxxx or most other mobile numbers - my call record shows only 6427, so it completely ignores all following digits. Funnily enough, I did get through to 022xxxxxxx, yet 022 doesn't even exist in the DP!
Has anyone got this model with an NZ DP that works reliably?
I'll post back if I come across a combination that does it for me!