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Snom dialplan, eliminate the need for pressing the OK button

Snom supports a simple dialplan that can be configured under

"Identity" --> "SIP" --> "Dial-Plan String"

Snom wiki has more details but can be confusing. If you are looking for a quick example please keep reading.

Below are few examples on how to achieve the automatic dialing when a specific number pattern is dialed. The idea is making the Snom phone friendlier to the end user that is not used to dialing the "Check" or OK button.


Ex #1 Internal 3 digits dialing. All extensions start with 1.
Dials automatically when 1 and two more digits are pressed:
"|(^1[0-9]{2})$|sip:\1@\d|d" If 105 is dialed, This dialplan would result in the phone immediately sending an INVITE to sip:105@yourproxyip
Ex #2 Dials automatically when 10 digits are pressed and the first is not 1 "|(^[2-9][0-9]{9})$|\1@\d|d" So dialing 2125551212, would result in the phone immediately sending an INVITE to sip:2125551212@yourproxyip
Ex #1 + #2 Separate #1 and #2 by a space and you have them both active "|(^[2-9][0-9]{9})$|\1@\d|d" "|(^1[0-9]{2})$|sip:\1@\d|d" This mixes the two examples together. When the number dialed starts with any digit in the range 2-9 the phone will wait for 9 more digits. If the first digit is 1 then it will automatically dial after two more digits are entered.
Ex #3 3 digit extension dialing (2xx)
Dial 9 to get outside line
North American Dialing plan
7 digit local calls
11 Digit toll calls
Still have to hit the OK key for 011+
|^2([0-9]{2})$|2\1@\d|d |^9([23456789][0-9]{6})$|\1@\d|d |^91([0-9]{10})$|\1@\d|d |^9([23456789][11]{2})$|\1@\d|d |^9([11]{2})$|9\1@\d|d Copy this to Notepad and put each space delimited "entry" on a separate line. It will make much more sense then.


If you purchased your Snom phone form ABPTECH, and need help with more complex dialplans please open a case here and we'll be happy to help you.



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