[Spce-user] Rules help

Andrew Pogrebennyk apogrebennyk at sipwise.com
Mon Jan 2 04:26:35 EST 2012

Let's see. What is the exact E.164 number you created? It can not have
leading 00 definitely. Assuming that user1 has 43 as CC, 99 as AC and
1001 as SN, you should be able to dial it as 43991001, 0991001 (if the
rewrite rules are provided), also as user1 from your softphone and also
as 1001 if the rewrite rule for local area is provided:

Does it work for you?

Symbols ^ () / are merely regexp signs, with ^$ marking beginning and
end of the string, and () denoting positional variables, which can be
later accessed as \1, \2 etc.

On 01/02/2012 10:12 AM, A2Z Solution'z wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> I am new to Sipwise CE and playing with it from last couple of days.
> I manage to install Sipwise and can register clients successfully but
> not able to make or receive calls. I am getting no response, request
> timeout message when trying to make call to another subscriber.
> I have created user1, user2 and user 3 in sipwise and assigned
> 006491001, 006491002 and 006491003 as E.164 respectively as per handbook.
> I am unable to make call to user 2 or user 3 from user1 either way. I
> have tried calling SIP URI or E.164 format but haven't had any luck.
> I have added the rules according to handbook and applied to domain i
> created. Can somebody please help me understanding how actaully these
> rules work and what ^ () / symbols means??
> Thanks in Advance.
> Regards,
> Balpreet

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