Help with OBiTALK Service Settings

Started by ateo, December 08, 2012, 04:28:38 PM

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ateo

Hi All,

I have OBIs that I control using the OBITalk web site.  To explain my problem
I am using the OBI talk numbers 200111111, 200222222 and 200333333

In 200333333 the OBiTALK Service Settings > InboundCallRoute  I got
{(200111111|200222222)>(xx.):LI},{(200111111|200222222):aa},{ph}

Can someone please explain this InboundCallRoute

In the 200222222 I got
{(200111111|200333333)>(xx.):LI},{(200111111|200333333):aa},{ph}

When I dial from 3 to 2 (dialing **9200222222) I get the AA (auto attendant)
When I dial from 2 to 3 (dialing **9200333333) The phone rings, I do not get the AA.

What is controlling this behavior ?
Does anyone have an idea why one goes to AA and the other does not ?

Thanks
aldo

QBZappy

aldo,
Welcome,

Quote from: ateo on December 08, 2012, 04:28:38 PM
Can someone please explain this InboundCallRoute

In the 200222222 I got
{(200111111|200333333)>(xx.):LI},{(200111111|200333333):aa},{ph}

When I dial from 3 to 2 (dialing **9200222222) I get the AA (auto attendant)
When I dial from 2 to 3 (dialing **9200333333) The phone rings, I do not get the AA.

What is controlling this behavior ?
Does anyone have an idea why one goes to AA and the other does not ?

{(200111111|200333333)>(xx.):LI}, <- Calls coming from these 2 OBis pass all dialed numbers to Line port (PSTN)

{(200111111|200333333):aa},{ph} Calls coming from these 2 OBis hit the AA, all others ring the phone
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