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Thanks for the answers, to come back to your question about the sip trunk port numbers. One of the providers who are offering a siptrunk here in NL is working on a different port that the standard Sip trunk port.
One other thing you might know do you know when the Dutch language pack of a region pack or something is being available?
If the provider is requiring a different SIP port that they are listening on, you can simply configure this port in the Proxy or outbound proxy field on the SIP/BRI page like this: proxy:port examples: mysipprovider.com:5065 or 172.16.10.5:5065.
I have not heard of any work on a Netherlands Region Pack. There are others monitoring the community who may be able to chime in.
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