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ATA 186 Dial plan confusion

I am trying to just make the digits allow 20, but when I hiit 310# it says invalid option. Am I missing a step

jason987@mailcity.com

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Re: ATA 186 Dial plan confusion

Command 310# determine when to detect itr is an IP dail plan.

IPDialPlan: integer value -- allow for detection of ip like destination

# address in dial plan.

# Possible values:

# 1 -- if two '.' is seen, then assume ip being possibly entered.

# 2 -- if three '.' is seen, then assume ip being possibly entered.

# all other values are currently undefined.

#

# IVR Access Code <310>

#

Default value --> IPDialPlan: 1

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Re: ATA 186 Dial plan confusion

Ok. Does that mean I am looking at the wrong option all together? All I want to do is change the maximum amount of digits (default is 10 I assume, since that is all it will accept before initiating the call).

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Re: ATA 186 Dial plan confusion

The maximum didgts you can dail is really depend on the terminationg side, could be your Media Gateway which connected to the PSTN.

The ATA186 it self doesn't limit the Max digits you can enter as B#.

Another option could be is the ATA imgae which you have, please verift that is 2.14 or higher.

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