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Thread: RE: Limit outbound routes?
aib

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RE: Limit outbound routes? 13.08.2014 18:35 Forum: Miscellaneous

Hmmm. By dummy trunk, I guess you mean either a SIP trunk with no account, or with an invalid account that doesn't really go anywhere..?

Also, is there a way to allow calling local extensions as well, whether they are classic/PSTN numbers or SIP extensions? So the whole thing would be "This extension can call US numbers or local extensions (even if they happen to be via international PSTN)".

Thanks so much!

Thread: RE: Limit outbound routes?
aib

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Limit outbound routes? 10.08.2014 20:27 Forum: Miscellaneous

Hi,

Let's say extension 1234 can only call US numbers. I'd setup an outbound route for +1, 001, 0111 for ext 1234, then another "catchall" outbound route for it with no trunks defined. Would that work?

Thanks!

Thread: RE: Screechy Digital Receptionist ring indicator
aib

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Fragezeichen Screechy Digital Receptionist ring indicator 30.07.2014 07:17 Forum: Queues, Digital Receptionist, Faxmail, Voicemail and Ring Groups

Hi all,

Whenever I enter an extension number to call within a Digital Receptionist menu, I get a harsh/screechy ring indicator (the extension does ring). I've read the other threads re indicator.conf but it's not even giving the nice US ringtone.

I've tried logging into the extension using Sipdroid and Groundwire, same thing. Any ideas?

Thanks!

Thread: Option to show passwords
aib

Replies: 0
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Option to show passwords 17.06.2011 08:40 Forum: Feature Requests

Hello,

The passwords are now shown as 3 asterisks. Is there some way to show them again over SSL?

Thanks!

Thread: RE: Unable to remove Google Voice trunk
aib

Replies: 1
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Unable to remove Google Voice trunk 07.04.2011 02:01 Forum: Bugs

Hi,

I deleted my Google Voice trunk -- it's no longer on the Trunks list -- but when I call the GV number, I see in the Call Log that pbxes is still receiving the call, so it's still registered to GV. I already restarted via Personal Data.

Please check. Thanks!

------

I can't reply to this message, so I'm editing in a quick note that this problem seems to have fixed itself after a few hours. Probably after some sort of registration timeout.

Thread: RE: Already exists fail on DB
aib

Replies: 5
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RE: Already exists fail on DB 05.04.2011 03:09 Forum: Bugs

I'm also experiencing this problem... my Sub PBX entry disappeared.

Note that when I manually changed from www6 to www4, the entry reappeared. @dragonhills, are you also on www6? Perhaps that server is having problems again.

Thread: RE: White label/API
aib

Replies: 3
Views: 10390

RE: White label/API 04.08.2008 05:07 Forum: Feature Requests

SOAP would be nice, although a simple POST interface would probably be good enough. Actually anything over standard HTTP(S) would be cool.

It might be easier to just support virtual hosts (allowing multiple entries per reseller, e.g. client1.example.com, client2.example.com) and use the templates of the reseller account. großes Grinsen

Thread: RE: White label/API
aib

Replies: 3
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White label/API 03.08.2008 13:25 Forum: Feature Requests

I wish there was some way we could sell Premium services under our own brand/website, i.e. provisioning, configuration, maintenance, monitoring and "Status" access via an API. Any plans..?

Thread: RE: Way more than fall-over to mobile phone
aib

Replies: 21
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RE: Fallover to mobile phone 02.08.2008 16:19 Forum: Miscellaneous

Ah, no wonder it works great for me... I do have a WiFi+GSM phone. großes Grinsen

(OT) Hmmm. Maybe that's why I've been having problems with hunt groups. I guess I have to recheck how total ring time for the group is affected by the "Number of seconds to ring phones before sending callers to voicemail" General Setting...

Thread: RE: Way more than fall-over to mobile phone
aib

Replies: 21
Views: 42980

RE: Fallover to mobile phone 02.08.2008 13:51 Forum: Miscellaneous

Let me know how it turns out for you. Good luck! smile

Thread: RE: Way more than fall-over to mobile phone
aib

Replies: 21
Views: 42980

RE: Fallover to mobile phone 02.08.2008 12:16 Forum: Miscellaneous

Well, you could do this via a ring group or queue failover, but I think you'll have the least problems (from my experience, at least) by creating a classic extension xxxx for the cellphone and calling *92xxxx from each SIP phone.

http://www1.pbxes.com/wiki/index.php/Codes

Thread: RE: pfingo incoming calls
aib

Replies: 6
Views: 22240

Zunge raus! RE: pfingo incoming calls 01.08.2008 14:28 Forum: Providers

Ok, I almost fell off my chair when I saw sip.pfingo.com in the list of recommended inbound providers. Very funny, guys. :-P

Thread: RE: Not reachable by ENUM from SIPBroker, etc.
aib

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Not reachable by ENUM from SIPBroker, etc. 30.07.2008 13:18 Forum: Bugs

Hello,

1. Map a DID to a *non*-PBXes account at e.g. e164.org
2. Call via SIPBroker ENUM (e.g. **275*013... from FWD) - Call succeeds
3. Call via OpenSER ENUM - Call succeeds
4. Change the mapping to a PBXes account
5. Call via SIPBroker ENUM - Call fails
6. Call via OpenSER ENUM - Call fails

If you change it back, calls succeed again.

Apparently, PBXes is giving a 404 to the INVITE, even though the address in the SIP Request-Line is correct, and can be reached directly by a SIP phone.

verwirrt

If anyone at PBXes is interested in the Wireshark captures of the OpenSER sessions, please email me. This might be applicable to a lot of other ENUM-enabled switches trying to connect to PBXes accounts.

Thread: RE: pfingo incoming calls
aib

Replies: 6
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verrückt RE: pfingo incoming calls 29.07.2008 00:15 Forum: Providers

Arrrgh. This is absolutely frustrating. How come my itsy-bitsy Trixbox 2.6.1 running in VMware Player geschockt (in a Linux box, behind a DSL router with dynamic IP address) can handle incoming pfingo calls perfectly and even forward it to PBXes with no problems whatsoever, but PBXes in all its glory... *can't*?

No special setup:

Trunk name: pfingo

Peer details:
username=3xxxxxxx
type=peer
secret=yyyyyy
insecure=very
host=sip.pfingo.com

Register string:
3xxxxxxx:yyyyyy@sip.pfingo.com/3xxxxxxx

Don't get me wrong, I really like PBXes. That's why this thing is bugging me like crazy (I have a paid account at pfingo, btw).

If I get paid support, can this bug get squished once and for all..?

Thread: RE: Webcall can't handle "+" prefix
aib

Replies: 4
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Daumen hoch! RE: Webcall can't handle "+" prefix 27.07.2008 05:54 Forum: Bugs

Works perfectly. Thank you!

Thread: Problems calling .org but not .com
aib

Replies: 0
Views: 4508

Problems calling .org but not .com 26.07.2008 22:10 Forum: Bugs

I'm getting errors calling (from another SIP service, e.g. FWD) my username(-ext)@pbxes.org address ("403 Forbidden" or "407 Proxy Authentication Required"). If I call username(-ext)@pbxes.com, then there's no problem.

I guess I could use .com instead, but I've specified .org in a number of places and don't want to have to change it everywhere. Is there some maintenance etc. going on?

Thread: RE: Webcall can't handle "+" prefix
aib

Replies: 4
Views: 8128

RE: Webcall can't handle "+" prefix 26.07.2008 21:48 Forum: Bugs

Hi,

Thanks! It's not quite done though... the outgoing number is missing the + sign, e.g. I enter +63291xxxxx, but PBXes attempts to route 63291xxxxx, so it fails.

Thread: RE: ENUM - No outgoing - all circuits are busy
aib

Replies: 1
Views: 5272

RE: ENUM - No outgoing - all circuits are busy 26.07.2008 20:12 Forum: Bugs

You need to send it the number without a + or 00 prefix, or you could add these rules to your ENUM trunk:

00|Z.
+|Z.

Thread: RE: Webcall can't handle "+" prefix
aib

Replies: 4
Views: 8128

Webcall can't handle "+" prefix 25.07.2008 06:12 Forum: Bugs

The webcall form converts the + sign (i.e. international prefix) into %2B. Although the correct caller id shows up when the extension rings, the target phone obviously does not ring.

Some browsers e.g. Konqueror may have rendering problems (somehow) with this %2B-prefixed caller ID, and end up with a truncated Call Monitor list.

Thread: RE: Weird routing on secondary call
aib

Replies: 8
Views: 11836

RE: Weird routing on secondary call 24.07.2008 18:05 Forum: Bugs

I rewrote the rules to not have an outgoing trunk prefix and used these instead:

Trunk:
0063+0|N.
00++|Z.

Outgoing route: (starts with)
+63
0063
0N

Seems to work fine.

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