inbound rules? i dont get it

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Hi every one,

WEll im an old IT guy but new to Elastix :D

Heres my setup and problem

I got 2 trunks

XXXXXX10
XXXXXX11
XXXXXX12

and 3 Extenstions.
100 KT
101 HK
102 JL


My problem is :

How do i make

XXXXXX12 goto extention 101


XXXXXX10 and XXXXXX11 works fine, because i use a IVR for em
then people press 1 for 100 and 2 for 101 and so on

But i want XXXXXX12 to connect directly to 101


How do i do this ???

Have a great sunday
 

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instead of selecting a an ivr in the combo box of destination select the other combo for extension!! its just that simple
 

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what do u mean with "combobox" ??
 

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guess the problem is that the Elastix
inst configured to handle the 3 trunks
sepratlty ...
 

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its there a specail way to setuåp incomming calls?


This dont work, then i just get a "the nr u dials is no in service"

Description: xxxxxx08
DID Number: xxxxxx08
Caller ID Number: xxxxxx08

Same whit

Description: xxxxxx08
DID Number: xxxxxx08
Caller ID Number:

and

Description: xxxxxx08
DID Number:
Caller ID Number:
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

well first lf all u need to learn some concepts before getting help ....elastix without tears...then ask again
 

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i didmt it dident tell me anything about this point...

Could i getg in touch with any one on msn, who will ofre 5min of there
time to help me :D
 

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u ask for free time from others to help and u dont want to take 5 minutes and read a book that explain in clear language all the things u need to learn...
 

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well lets put it in another way,

the book is hard stuff for me to read :(

im not good at reading books at all,. i world with hands on

and searching through a book is hell for me....
 

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well then voip is not for you sorry...as there are many protocols telecom theory international standars etc....
and of course if reading is hard stuff then why an msn explanation is better as u have to read it also???
 

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wow this is sweet

thought it said NEWBIE CORNER

for your infi., the book dont tell anyhting about handling
multi trunks,

otherwise im blind, or could u reff me to the page u
say its all on?
 

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9.1 Inbound Routes (Incoming Calls)

this is thje only section about incomming calls
and it shows how to setup 1 trunk only
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

well its simpler if u FIRST said im blind....as we are not telepathic Xmen guys....to see why u cant read book right?
As a newbie also there is a list from bob fryer to see the rules of asking and the netiquette...i will paste the line here as surely u use a text to speech sinthesyser or a braille screen or u have reffered as blind in a figuerd way not literally?
http://www.elastix.org/es/component/kun ... -ones.html
after that multi trunks are the same as single but u use DID to differenciate them in the inbound rule...
a combo box is a drop down list that after a click tells you multiple items to select 1 or various...
in the book there is a complete unit referred to configure inbound routes
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

this is more like it, no u are getting there :D
dont be so hard on newbies, :D

Right

Now ive put both of the setups in the same

username=#1&#2
type=peer&peer
secret=PASSFOR#1&PASSFOR#2
qualify=yes&yes
insecure=invite&invite
host=HOST#2&HOST#2
fromuser=CME23781&44668308
context=from-trunk&from-trunk

In my trunk
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

such concept does not exist....2 trunks.... not 1 with multi line and peer is incorrect as only receives calls....
again its impossible if you cant read the docs...
and yes we need to be hard with newbies...as nobody reads the netiquette and rules....
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

what u say is

what i need is a trunk for every SIP provider ?

p.s ill behave :D
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

yeap...but from now on its up to u its really simple and is in there in the book its like a tutorial almost
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

and u keep ref to this book, i got the 2010 version
and there is nothing about handeling more phone nrs.

it there a never version of the book ?

i got

elastix_without_tears_june2010
 

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fmvillares said:
yeap...but from now on its up to u its really simple and is in there in the book its like a tutorial almost
if there is a turorial on this, then tell me on what page?
or what book i need, for den juni 2010 tell nothing about this
htere is only a short line about howto setup a single line
and notjhing about DID og CID
 

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Re: Re:inbound rules? i dont get it

sorry in the book says clearly in units 8 and 9...
 

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