Hey everyone, I'm setting up Elastix but need a bit of assistance. Right now I have it set up with just 1 VoIP provider while I want for my 4 port FXO card to arrive. What I'm looking to do is have 4 analog lines connected to the FXO ports, which are used for all incoming and outgoing calls, but I'd like to have my VoIP provider as line 5, in the super rare circumstance that all 4 analog lines are in use. From my understanding, this would be an outgoing route. Am I correct first to assume that in trunk sequence, I would put the analog ZAP trunks there first and then the VoIP trunk at the bottom so that it uses the analog ones first? That's what it seems like it would be. My question though (providing that is the correct way to do it), is how do I set it up with dial patterns? For example, right now with VoIP it's "9|XXXXXXXXXXX" (because we currently dial 9 to get out so I want the new system do to the same. There's 11 X's because even for local calls, my VoIP provider requires I dial 1 before it. So calling 416-123-1234 I have to dial 1-416-123-1234. The problem that I foresee is that with analog lines, for local calls dialing 1 first will play the message "This is a local call you do not need to dial 1 before" etc etc. It should really be up to the user if they dial 1 before or not. So how would I set that up, so that it always uses my 4 analog FXO lines, requiring 9 first then dialing whatever the user physically dials, but then on the 5th call if it has to go over VoIP, have it append a 1 before local numbers? Or am I completely off the mark here? Thanks everyone!