I've done a new ccme installation, al is ok except that the router doesn't match the incoming calling number with those saved in the directories, I've seen that the phones shows the calling party without any leading zero, maybe this is the issue.
The same applies with the called or calling or missed directory numbers, as long as they are saved without the leading zero the operator cannot dial them "in one touch" and is forced to add the proper zeros before dialing.
Is there a solution for that?
Sorry if this is a dumb or recurrent question, but I wasn't able to find a similar question already asked in this forum.
tnx for your prompt reply and sorry for my late posting, but I was very busy these last days.
This surely was very helpful, it helps adding the pstn prefix but it doesn't help for the "leading zeroes truncation" issue.
I'll try to be more clear: if I receive a call from a mobile I get a number like "335111111" which is saved in the directories as is, if I receive a call from a national number I get a number like "02111111" which is saved as "2111111" in the directories, finally, if I receive an international call I get a number like "0011111111" which is saved as "1111111" in the directories.
However if a want to place a call using a number saved in the directories (i.e. to resume a lost call or a previous received call) I've got to add 0 or 1 or 2 zeroes plus the pstn munber in order to place the call succesfully.
Another issue is that the phone doesn't match the incoming calls with the directories entries because of the "trucation" issue so it doesn't shows the name of the calling party if it is in the directory.
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