[Spce-user] How to add thousands of Alias Numbers to a subscriber

Kevin Boddy kevin.boddy at firstnet.co.za
Wed Sep 26 02:29:45 EDT 2018


I have enabled peer to peer calling and tried setting up my PBX as a peer but it wanted to route the inbound call out the same peer it received it on for some reason. Will try again though.


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To: Kevin Masse <kmasse at questblue.com>
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Subject: Re: [Spce-user] How to add thousands of Alias Numbers to a subscriber


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.
Yours sincerely,

Walter Klomp

On 26 Sep 2018, at 04:51, Kevin Masse <kmasse at questblue.com<mailto: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.
919 443 1617  Ext 5352 FAX 888 548 6593
1947 Evans Rd, Cary NC 27513

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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?


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