[asterisk-users] Rewrite Outgoing Number
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Thu Dec 14 09:52:32 CST 2017
ok thanks for the answer, i will try it.
sorry for the question: in which file should it be configured?
On 14.12.2017 16:41, kevin.larsen at pioneerballoon.com wrote:
> Kevin Larsen - Systems Analyst - Pioneer Balloon - Ph: 316-688-8208
> asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com wrote on 12/14/2017 09:36:06 AM:
>> From: "basti" <mailinglist at unix-solution.de>
>> To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
>> Date: 12/14/2017 09:36 AM
>> Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Rewrite Outgoing Number
>> Sent by: asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com
>> On 14.12.2017 16:30, basti wrote:
>> I am new on asterisk and do some tests on freepbx.
>> I have 2 SIP provider:
>> Provider1: In-/Out- Flatrate, only 1 Number
>> Provider2: Incoming Flatrate, Outgoing Cost depend on destination, 3 numbers
>> On Asterisk site i have 3 phones
>> (branch ??, don't know how its called in asterisk)
>> Is it possible to do something like:
>> Phone 1: Incoming Call: Number1/Provider1 Outgoing Call: Number1/Provider1
>> Phone 2: Incoming Call: Number1/Provider2 Outgoing Call: Number1/Provider1
>> Phone 3: Incoming Call: Number2/Provider2 Outgoing Call: Number1/Provider1
>> I have forgotten an essential thing:
>> Phone2 und Phone 3 should use Line Number1/Provider1 for Outgoing Call
>> but show Number1/Provider2 or Number2/Provider2 on caller side.
> If, and this is a big if, your provider 1 allows you to use a caller ID
> number that they do not control, then yes, you can do what you want.
> Some providers allow this and some do not. It may be that provider one
> will overwrite whatever you set as caller ID with the number you have
> purchased from them. It may also be that they will allow you to set a
> different outbound caller id. Also, the person receiving the call will
> not know if you have provider 1 or provider 2. It is purely the number
> and possibly a name that they will see.
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