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SPA942 Call transfer

Hi,

Have a question:

Have a numbers SPA942 with a group number and a DID number.
If I want to make a call transfer between two phones, I must dial the full number to the C-user. reason is that  the A-part comes from the PSTN gateway.
Is it possible to configure your phone so you only need to dial the last digit of the number?

//Niklas

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Hi Niklas,

You can configure it in the Dial Plan:

For example if you want to dial for the number 123456789 but you want only to dial the last digit you can do it.

(<9:123456789>| "rest of your dial plan configuration")

Please make a backup of your actual dial plan before to do the tests.

Regards.

Andrey Cassemiro.

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Short dialing codes is something you would usually configure in your PBX.

In Asterisk you could do something like

exten => XX,1,Dial(SIP/01234567${EXTEN})

If you would dial number '89', SIP device 0123456789 would be dialed.

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Cisco Employee

Hi Niklas,

You can configure it in the Dial Plan:

For example if you want to dial for the number 123456789 but you want only to dial the last digit you can do it.

(<9:123456789>| "rest of your dial plan configuration")

Please make a backup of your actual dial plan before to do the tests.

Regards.

Andrey Cassemiro.

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Hi,

ThanksThis will help

//Niklas

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Hi Again,

A stuppied question.

How should the dial plan look if I would like to have three digit extension (100)?

Thanks Niklas

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Cisco Employee

Hi Niklas,

It would be almost the same:

(<100:123456789100>| "rest of your dial plan configuration")

You can play as you want with the Dial Plan as it is "based" in regular expressions.

Please, refer to the SPA Phones Admin Guide on Page 198, there you can taste the power.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/csbpipp/ip_phones/administration/guide/spa500_admin.pdf

Best regards.

Andrey Cassemiro.

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Hi again,

Have very stupid question.

Have added following dial plan : (<100:123456789100>| (<101:123456789101>|

The problem is that I can't call any other number, should I add the default part also ?

(*xx|[3469]11|0|00|[2-9]xxxxxx|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx.)

Please need assistance.

Many Thanks Niklas

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Cisco Employee

Hi Niklas,

Yes, you must complete the Dial Plan,  (<100:123456789100>|<101:123456789101>|*xx|[3469]11|0|00|[2-9]xxxxxx|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx.)

In the example above it is using your configurations and the default Dial Plan.

Regards.

Andrey Cassemiro.