Hello, I'd like to ask about dialplan rules of Cisco phones and voice gates. In my case they are 7906, 7912 and ATA186. In my system powered by Asterisk I have a few extensions begining with * symbol. The problem is with my phones and voice gate working with SIP firmware, the symbol * in dialplan does not mean itself, it means some number of digits. How can I write some extensions from Asterisk like *3XX to dialplan of the phone?
Thanks for any try of help.
In CUCM * is not a wildcard and does not need to be used with \, you would simply configure *321 on your example.
Dear "Cisco-collegues", thank you for your answers, but I don't use CUCM, my server is running Asrterisk 13 and I have a few phones connected by SCCM and a few using SIP. I tried to add \ before *, but it did not work at ATA 186 and 7912.