Inbound routes


#1

hi everybody…
How are you?
i have an ucm6102 and a portech gsm gateway mv-374.
i created 2 peer sip trunk for 2 differents line
29173603…
28139494…
i created 2 extensions 2001 and 2003
if someone call the 28139494 … extension 2003 must receive the call
if someone call the 29173603… extension 2001 must receive the call
but extension 2001 received both
i want to know the cause of this issue


#2

What does the pattern look like in the inbound routes?


#3

HERE IS MY TRUNK


#4

INBOUND


#5

MY BOTH TRUNK


#6

i m waiting for your help…thx


#7

Not relevant to your question but, holy smokes that’s some old firmware your running.

Major security issues, you need to upgrade ASAP.


#8

The issue is the .x.
It needs to be the DID as .x is a wildcard and will match any number; hence why the calls all go to the first rule…it matches all.


#9

ok thx… i m gonna try now


#10

i have to put the dot before or after


#11

ok thx


#12

There is no dot, just enter the DID. You may have to do a capture to see what the number being sent is for the format.


#13

the DID was X. and i change it to .X, when i call the 29173603 the extension 2003 is ringing . i hang up i call the 28139494 the extension 2003 is ringing again


#14

what DID i have to put


#15

just put the X without dot


#16

could you give me an example please


#17

sorry if I tell you, but if I’m not mistaken your UCM61xx has a very old version of FW, I recommend you to update the FW as soon as possible


#18

ok thx


#19

You need to put the numbers that an outside caller dials to reach you. So, 29173603 for 1 rule and
28139494 for the other.

The issue is how to know what the GSM device delivers, Will it be +50929173603, 50929173603 or 29173603 or other?

Put all three of the examples in a rule and try.


#20

ok thx … in this case i don t need to use the X