Completely new to the wonderful world of SIP ATA, though I've used Vonage and MagicJack for over a decade so hardly new to VoIP.
My ultimate objective is to get Line 1 to be an Irish number, and Line 2 to be a US number. I currently have an Irish SIP provider (Blueface), have my adapter logged in, and can make / recieve calls.
I have noticed, however, that there is a significant lag (approx 5 seconds) between the last digit I dial and the phone on the other end starts ringing. My suspicion is that the dial plan for this line is "wrong" for Ireland.
So, my question is "where might I find a dial plan string for Ireland?" My google-fu has not led me to a straightforward answer on this. Failing somebody having figured it out already, my alternate question would be "how do I need to 'think' in order to create a dial plan string for Ireland?"
Related to this, I get a US-style dial tone rather than an Irish style dial tone. I suspect this is some sort of Regional setting, though ideally I'd like to be able to set this per line. There are probably a set of other "this isn't configured for Ireland" things of which I'm not even aware.
I have imagined there is a magical "here's how you configure Cisco SIP devices for Ireland" section of a document somewhere or other; whether or not that document is in the public domain is an entirely different question...
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