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wildbilll
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« on: January 25, 2015, 09:35:49 am »

I have the OBi202 configured as a gateway.
I have 2 iPads that are running the Obion app. Both are signed in on the same user ID.
Can one of the iPads make a call to the other?
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HelloG
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« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2015, 05:18:02 pm »

Does each iPad have a unique Softphone number?  If yes, you can call each other using that Obi number.  Try calling and see what happens.
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azrobert
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« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2015, 10:03:14 pm »

I couldn't get it to work with 2 Android phones.
Both phones will connect to the OBiTalk network simultaneously.
I didn't think they would.
Nothing happened when I dialed the speed dial# for the OBion App.
When you dial a speed dial for another OBi it goes directly to it, bypassing the gateway OBi.
I tried routing the call to the gateway OBi and then from the gateway OBi to OBion.
When I called from phone#1, phone#2 rang but no audio.
When I called from phone#2 nothing happened.
The phones have different versions of Android.
If you want to try it this is what I did:
Voice Services -> OBiTalk Service ->
Add to the beginning of the InboundCallRoute:
{290123456>100:pp(290123456)},

If the only rule you had in the inbound route was "ph" change it to "{ph}".
Change 290123456 to your OBion number.
Now dial 100 from OBion to call the other OBion.

How are you using your iPads with OBion?
You can use another email to setup a 2nd OBi account to get another OBion number, but you might have trouble making outbound calls on your OBi without a gateway OBi for that account.
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