Dial Plan
DIAL STRING RULES:
Matches any string of exactly seven digits

^(\d{7})$
Example: 5551212 will match with $1 having "5551212"
         95551212 will not match (string of digits too long)
         555121A will not match (no alpha chars allowed)
Matches any string of exactly 11 digits
^(\d{11})$
Example: 18005551212 will match with $1 having "18005551212"
         8005551212 will not match (string of digits too short)
Matches a string with a prefix of 9 and an additional 11 digits.
^9(\d{11})$
Example: 918005551212 will match with $1 having "18005551212"
         8005551212 will not match (string of digits too short)
Matches a variable number of digits after a prefix of '9'
^9(\d+)$
Example: 977 will match ($1 = 77)
         877 will not match
         966736 will match ($1 = 66736)
         9118299983 will match ($1 = 118299983)
         9 will not match (+ means one or more)
IDDD Dialing of '011'
^(011\d+)$
        This will match 011 and any number of digits.
Digits sent versus Digits Deleted
^1(\d10)$
       This will decode 1 and 10 digits but not include the 1 in the dial
       string to be sent.
       Digits inside '()' are sent, digits that preceed the '(' are omitted.


The Dial Plan Sets the rules that will be used to send calls to the public telephone network.  Any number of dial plans can be selected and each dial plan can have a unique Calling Number and Name display
Dial Plans is a list of active Dial Plans on the system, select one to edit it.
New Dial Plan.  If you are adding a new Dial Plan, enter the number you will assign to it here.   A dial plan must start with dialplan_ and the remaining input can be anything the domain administrator is comfortable with.
Calling Number Display.  This is the Calling number that will be displayed for all outbound calls using this dialplan.
Calling Name Display.  This is the Calling name that will be displayed for all outbound calls using this dialplan.
Priority.  The dial plan is processed in order of priorities.  You must make sure if you have two possible conflicting entries, the most unique has a priority closer to 1.  For example if you have 7 digit dialing and wish to also allow 310xxxx dialing with unique routing, then you must ensure it precedes the 7 digit dialing entry.
Block Clid.  If set to Yes, the CLID name and number be displayed as "annonymous" .
Dial String.  See the info at the right, DIAL STRING RULES for assistance in configuring this entry.
Prefix.  Place any prefix here that is required for sending the call to the public network.
Gateway.  Select a gateway from the drop down list that you wish to use to route calls for each entry.
PIN #.  If a  pin number is entered here, all calls to this dial plan entry will be challenged for a pin number to complete the call.

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