[Spce-user] How to add thousands of Alias Numbers to a subscriber
walter at myrepublic.net
Tue Sep 25 19:37:44 EDT 2018
I would set up the PBX also as a peer. You can then use regex rules to route... (note you’d have to enable peer to peer calls in the preferences of inbound and outbound peers)
Your upstream provider should be a peer in any case. And yes, you have to use the api to set up aliases if you want to use a script.
> On 26 Sep 2018, at 04:51, Kevin Masse <kmasse at questblue.com> wrote:
> Hello Kevin,
> With this large number of entries I would most certainly use the API to add them. Are you using the built in API?
> Thank you
> Kevin Masse QuestBlue Systems, Inc.
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> From: Spce-user [mailto:spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com] On Behalf Of Kevin Boddy
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> Subject: [Spce-user] How to add thousands of Alias Numbers to a subscriber
> I’ve got a test setup of Sipwise CE mr 6.4.1 connected to my upstream voip provider on one interface and my backend PBX on another network interface.
> I created the PBX as a subscriber and can get inbound calls working by adding in the Primary Number and Alias Numbers fields.
> I’ve DID number ranges, non-sequential numbers in total adding up to about 50000 numbers.
> How would I add those the Alias Numbers?
> Normally on our SBC’s you can add a regular expression for the number range but on Sipwise all I can do is add the numbers in the format <cc> <ac> <upn>.
> The UPN has to have at least three digits otherwise it doesn’t work so I can cover some of the number ranges like this but this still leaves me with thousands of numbers to add to this subscriber.
> Is there a better way to achieve this?
> Kevin Boddy
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