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ATA 186

Hello, could somebody to tell me the way that the ATA 186 users can dial any numbers without restrictions and send these numbers towards gateway without concerning the amount of dialed digits?

And then I need that gateway (c2610) accepts those numbers and directs them towards port FXO to be interpreted by the PBX.

I am trying it on a scale model using voip without gatekeeper nor SIP either

Thanks a lot.

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Re: ATA 186

You should be able to configure Dial plans to accomodate what you are asking. Here is a link that should help. http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/ata/ataincfg/

You would need to configure your gateway to direct them to FXO port.

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Re: ATA 186

By default, The ATA will accept a non specified amount of digits for dialing and then the user will need to use a # key to terminate the dial string. Or the ATA administrator can set up a Dial Plan:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/ata/ataincfg/186ugdia.htm

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------

# dial plan: alphanumeric string (199 characters max) -- dial plan rules.

# NOTE: no syntax check is performed by the actual implementation.

# It is the responsibility of the provisioner to make sure that

# the dial_plan is syntatically valid.

#

# dial_plan -- programmable strings of dial plan that allow

# one to specify:

# o optional send character to use (e.g. '#' or '*')

# o how many digits before auto send

# o send after timeout at any specified number of digits

# (time out can be changed as digits are entered).

# in the following:

# o . means match any digits

# o - means more digits can be entered, this (if needed) must

# appear at the end of the individual rule

# (i.e. e.g. 1408t5- is legal, but 1408t5-3... is illegal).

# o ># means terminating key to send is #, and termination

# can be applied only after matching hits ># (So >*

# means terminating char is *, i.e. terminating key

# must follow >)

# o rules applied in the order of listed (whichever matched

# completely first will cause trigger the send).

# o tn means timeout is n seconds (note: n is 0-9 and

# a-z -- which ranges 0 to 26).

# o more than one rules are separated by |.

# o rn means repeat last pattern n times (note: 1. ># or tn are

# modifier, they are not pattern; 2. n is 0-9 and a-z --

# which ranges 0 to 26). Use the repeat modifier to specify

# more rules in less space.

#

# You can also use the modifier 'S' to sieze the rule matching

# (i.e. if a rule matches and the modifier 'S' is seen, all other

# rules after that matching rule will not be used for matching).

#

# Examples 1:

# the set of dial plan rules:

# ".t7>#......t4-|911|1t7>#..........t1-|0t4>#.t7-"

# or equivalently

# ".t7>#r6t4-|911|1t7>#.r9t1-|0t4>#.t7-"

# consists of the following rules:

# .t7>#......t2- -- at least one digit need to be

# entered, after that, time out is 7 seconds

# before send, and terminating char # can also

# be applied after the first digit is entered,

# and after 7 digits are entered, time out

# change to 2 seconds. * means further digits

# can be entered as long as not terminated by

# timeout or #.

# 911 -- send out immediately

# 1t7>#..........t1- -- at least one digit need to be

# entered, after that, time out is 7 seconds

# before send, and terminating char # can also

# be applied after the first digit is entered,

# and after 10 digits are entered, time out

# change to 1 second. * means further digits can be

# entered as long as not terminated by timeout

# or #.

# 0t4>#.t7- -- after entering 0, if no other digit is

# entered, it will timeout and send in 4 seconds,

# otherwise, time out change to 7 seconds after

# another key is entered. again # is terminating

# digit.

# Examples 2:

# the set of dial plan rules:

# "911|1>#.r9t3.t5-|0t411t9-"

# if 911 entered, it will be sent out immediately.

# if 14088713344 is entred, after 3 seconds, it will

# be sent out but if another digit is entered (say

# 140887133445, the timeout chaned to 5 seconds).

# if 0 is entered, after 4 seconds, it will be send out.

# if 011 is entered, the time out changed to 9 seconds.

DialPlan:*St4-|#St4-|911|1>#t8.r9t2-|0>#t811.rat4-|^1t4>#.-

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