Strip more digits in outbound rules

Discussion in 'Ideas' started by Benedikt Machens, Apr 10, 2018.

Strip more digits in outbound rules 5 5 1votes
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  1. Benedikt Machens

    Feb 14, 2018
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    Currently you can strip up to 9 digits from and outbound call

    If you want to realize least cost routing via bridges it would be nice to strip more digits

    For example

    Bridge Prefix is 101 and 3 digits for the extension (101-xxx)
    Users may not dial the 101, because they dial via a phonebook or something else. They dial the DID from the Bridge PBX

    0049 221 1234 - xxx

    To redirect this call to the bridge and set the correct number you need to strip 11 digits

    So it would be nice to strip more digits (like 15, 20, 30?!). So you are free in your configuration and make least cost more user friendly
  2. xadves

    Apr 10, 2018
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    Other PBX's let you write regex to route the calls and format them however you'd like. I'd like to see a more advanced option like this in the routing area. I actually just ran into this too, where I wanted to have greater control over the numbers dialed, the route, and what number was sent to the route.
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