Need help on how to configure DID and TF


#1

Hi,

Need some help on how to configure our DID and TF number for us to receive incoming international calls.

im using asterisk 1.2.40
Here’s my config:

;sip.conf
context = incoming
srvlookup = no

;extensiuons.conf
[incoming]
exten => 8588888888,1,Set(CALLERID(name)=Callback)
exten => 8588888888,2,Answer
exten => 8588888888,2,Dial(SIP/115,60,tr)
exten => 8588888888,3,Hangup

Please help, what other configs needed… Thanks a lot. :confused:


#2

up… need some some anyone please…


#3

The minimum interval between bumpings is 24 hours (rule 6 in the support FAQ).

You are using an obsolete version of Asterisk.

You have two dialplan lines with the same extension and priority.

I don’t know what TF stands for.

You haven’t told us what you’ve already tried.

The best way of finding out how to conect to a SIP based PSTN access provider (often mis-named DID) is to ask them. If they provide a business service, they should be able to tell you how to configure Asterisk, although they may give you instructions for a more current version. The details vary between provders.


#4

Thanks for reply david,

Sorry i’ved mistyped my config. Here it is:

;sip.conf
context = incoming
srvlookup = no

;extensiuons.conf
[incoming]
exten => 8588888888,1,Set(CALLERID(name)=Callback)
exten => 8588888888,2,Answer
exten => 8588888888,3,Dial(SIP/115,60,tr)
exten => 8588888888,4,Hangup

on above config, 8588888888 is sample TF or Toll Free number and 115 is my extension that should receive calls. The provide said that they already register our asterisk public IP to receive calls from DID and TF.


#5

Ask them for their recommended Asterisk configuration.


#6

they just said before that I must configure asterisk to receive 8XXXXX inbound and 5XXXXX.

anyway, I will ask them again the proper config.

Thanks much david.