Dial Plan for Generic IP Phones

Discussion in 'General' started by mikedmr, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. mikedmr

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    Hi All,

    I'm still new to elastix up to now, and i have been playing around with it for the past weeks.
    Right now i am experimenting with second dial tones when placing a call to outside trunk lines via PSTN.
    I'm using Elastix ver. 1.6 with a TDM400 card. I made all changes in the chan_dahdi.conf and dahdi_channels.conf.
    So far i have success in setting out the dial plans using SPA2102 with a help from a friend. After I press "0" I get a dial tone immediately to make an outside PSTN call.

    My question now is that how do I do this thing with a generic IP phone i bought off the web. It doesn't have a dial plan option like what we see on linksys brands. But it has a sort of a digital Rule table. I don't know what it means.

    So can you like program elastix to do this?

    Mike
     
  2. aerodesliza

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    You don't need to set rules in the phone to make outgoing call, that's why you have to set a Outgoing prefix in elastix like "9". Go to Outbound route --> Add route--> Dial Patterns: 9. Almost of the time you don't need to set a Dialplan in the phone, if you need to just add some option to accept all number. That's it!.

    regard
     
  3. mikedmr

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    Actually, what i wanted is for the server side (elastix) to give me a second dial tone prior to making outside PSTN calls. I don't have any problems making an outgoing call at all. Maybe there is a way to do this thing using the generic ip phones i mentioned above. For linksys brands IP phones and ATAs, I don't have a problem getting a second dial tone for making outbound PSTN calls. This is tha actual dial plan i inserted in some linksys phone (<9>,xxxxxxxS0). So if i press "9" the phone will give me a second dial tone for outbound calls. :)
     

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