[kwlug-disc] Dial Plan
ldpaniak at fourpisolutions.com
Sat Oct 15 10:09:33 EDT 2011
The SPA dialplans execute on the first match so if you put the 1900
block ahead of the long-distance allow, you should be good. In general,
place more specific rules (911S0) ahead of less (xxxxxxxx.). You can
test this by changing your 1900 block to a 1905 block and try to call
someone in Hamilton.
I find it more secure (and easier to manage) to have a dialstring
without the wildcard xxxxxxx. That way only what you have explicitly
defined is dis/allowed. Add in a rule for international calling (if
desired) and that ought to cover all your bases.
When possible, I like to deal with dialplans in Asterisk/FreePBX. It is
easier and then all the dialplan info for your system is centrally
stored. It doesn't sound like this is an option for you here.
On Sat, 2011-10-15 at 00:32 -0400, Chris Irwin wrote:
> Anybody familiar with Dial Plans?
> This is the dial plan I'm entering on my Linksys SPA3102's line
> extension (so it would affect my handset, not the provider). My
> understanding is that having certain matches with the S0 will allow
> immediate dialing, rather than waiting for the timeout.
> I started with some examples I found online, and continued from there.
> Note that I have two providers: Primary is a landline, and secondary
> (for this handset) is VOIP, accessed by pressing '9'. Also note that I
> am '519' area code.
> Call 911 directly 911S0
> Ten-digit local calls 519[2-9]xxxxxxS0
> Long-Distance 1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxxS0
> VOIP Ten-digit local calls 9519[2-9]xxxxxxS0
> VOIP Long-Distance 91[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxxS0
> Internal Extensions 0000xxS0
> Phone provider stuff? *xx
> Everything else w/timeout xxxxxxxxxxxx.
> Married & poor. Block 1900xxxxxxx!
> Also, I'm not sure if order matters. For exmaple, will the long-distance
> rule take precidence over the blocking of 900 numbers, since that looks
> like a long distance number? I don't know...
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