[jitsi-dev] Phonenumber re-writing


#1

Hello together,

I am new to JITSI and we plan to use it in our company for some users.

The problem is our SIP Server. A short example:

If you want to call "+49 56858 62 549" (just an example I typed randomly) you have to dial "00 56858 62 549".
So one "0" you need to tell the server you want to make external call and the second "0" is the +49 (so country code)

Is there a way or plugin to tell the client to do so?
Because in our LDAP all numbers are stored as "+49 ................."

Thanks and regards,

Christian


#2

I am new to JITSI and we plan to use it in our company for some users.

The problem is our SIP Server. A short example:

If you want to call "+49 56858 62 549" (just an example I typed randomly)

you

have to dial "00 56858 62 549".

So one "0" you need to tell the server you want to make external call and

the

second "0" is the +49 (so country code)

Is there a way or plugin to tell the client to do so?

Because in our LDAP all numbers are stored as "+49 ......."

Can't you use the "Prefix" option in Jitsi's LDAP configuration for that?

Anyway, I fail to understand why such silly prefixes are still necessary in
today's VoIP systems...

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Thanks and regards,
Christian


#3

First i do not Need someone to Check my spelling, but thank you.

Second:

This is Company policy. We use also internal shortcuts and this is needed to seperate stuff. So if you want to make a call outside our infrastructure you have to dial "0" First. And dont wont to discuss if its useful or not i simply looking for s Solution and thats why i am asking you guys here.

Thanks

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Von meinem iPhone gesendet

Am 14.05.2016 um 15:43 schrieb Ingo Bauersachs <ingo@jitsi.org>:

I am new to JITSI and we plan to use it in our company for some users.

The problem is our SIP Server. A short example:

If you want to call "+49 56858 62 549" (just an example I typed randomly)

you

have to dial "00 56858 62 549".

So one "0" you need to tell the server you want to make external call and

the

second "0" is the +49 (so country code)

Is there a way or plugin to tell the client to do so?

Because in our LDAP all numbers are stored as "+49 ......."

Can't you use the "Prefix" option in Jitsi's LDAP configuration for that?

Anyway, I fail to understand why such silly prefixes are still necessary in
today's VoIP systems...

Thanks and regards,
Christian

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#4

First i do not Need someone to Check my spelling, but thank you.

No idea what you're talking about.

Second:

This is Company policy. We use also internal shortcuts and this is needed to
seperate stuff. So if you want to make a call outside our infrastructure you
have to dial "0" First. And dont wont to discuss if its useful or not i
simply looking for s Solution and thats why i am asking you guys here.

That's why I asked if the "Prefix" option in the LDAP configuration doesn't do what you need.

Thanks

Ingo


#5

The "Prefix" dos not work. Because it just able to add a stuff before the number, but it is not able to delete things or let's say use regular expressions.

Again... example: +49 34567 8910

*need to remove "+49"
*add "00" instead

Result ... Number looks like this: "0034567 8910"
That’s the way it will work.

The prefix will just do this: "0+4934567 8910" .... add one "0" and the +49 stays, what will not work (I tested it of course)

Regards,

Christian

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-----Original Message-----
From: dev [mailto:dev-bounces@jitsi.org] On Behalf Of Ingo Bauersachs
Sent: Saturday, May 14, 2016 5:40 PM
To: 'Jitsi Developers' <dev@jitsi.org>
Subject: Re: [jitsi-dev] Phonenumber re-writing

First i do not Need someone to Check my spelling, but thank you.

No idea what you're talking about.

Second:

This is Company policy. We use also internal shortcuts and this is
needed to seperate stuff. So if you want to make a call outside our
infrastructure you have to dial "0" First. And dont wont to discuss if
its useful or not i simply looking for s Solution and thats why i am asking you guys here.

That's why I asked if the "Prefix" option in the LDAP configuration doesn't do what you need.

Thanks

Ingo

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