[Spce-user] Strange rate-o-mat behaviour v2.8
agranig at sipwise.com
Wed Sep 3 08:18:22 EDT 2014
You must normalize any dialled number to E164 format without any
prefixes (+44 must become 44), because this is the format used across
the modules inside the SPCE.
This consequently means that you add your destination numbers as "^44",
because during call rating the number is present in this format.
Same applies to peering rules and everything else operating on numbers
(block lists, ncos levels, ...).
On 09/03/2014 12:15 PM, George Mason wrote:
>> Hello Geaorge
>> Destination: The destination pattern. This is a POSIX regular
> expression matching the complete destination URI (e.g.
> someone at sip\.example\.org or ^43). This field must be set.
>> You should write the destination as ^44.*.
>> Under your current setup with destination 44 and 73900, this mtaches
>> *44* and *73900*
>> where 73900 is the most specific.
> for complete explanations
> Hi Marc
> Many thanks. I had tried some other regex based expressions but clearly
> not got them right. One question; will ^44.*. match numbers if dialled
> with a + prefix? Or am I right in thinking I will need to match ^\+44*.* ?
> Kind regards
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