[Spce-user] Rules help
info at atozsolutionz.co.nz
Tue Jan 3 00:10:32 EST 2012
I have had CC 64, AC 9 and SN as 1001.
I have changed to as 43 as CC, 99 as AC and 1001 as SN just for a test and
not able to dial it as 43991001, 1001 or as user1
I have got this client configured on Android phones. Can i actually trace
in logs somewhere and see what's actually happening when i dial.
I logged in user2 desktop interface and can see that it has received call
from +43991001 but for 00 sec.
Any help would be appreciated.
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 10:26 PM, Andrew Pogrebennyk <
apogrebennyk at sipwise.com> wrote:
> 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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