I have a system in Germany with a Digium Wildcard E100P E1, and it has a very strange behavior - sometime the number I get for an incoming call has 6 instead of 7 digits. For example: instead of 9293234 I get 929323.
Another strange phenomenon with this line is if I dial 929323, I will get into the system. I can also dial 92932345 and get into the system (and see this number), actually anything after 9293 will be accepted by the PRI provider and transferred to my system.
Is this a problem with my setup or a problem with the PRI provider’s setup?
Here’s my zapata.conf:
[channels] language=de context=from-zaptel switchtype=euroisdn ;If you connect to a hicom PBX set your ISDN Numbering Plan Identifier to unkno pridialplan=local ;prilocaldialplan=unknown signalling=pri_cpe usecallerid=yes hidecallerid=no callwaiting=yes usecallingpres=yes callwaitingcallerid=yes threewaycalling=yes transfer=yes cancallforward=yes callreturn=yes echocancel=yes echocancelwhenbridged=yes rxgain=0.0 txgain=0.0 group=0 callgroup=1 pickupgroup=1 immediate=no ; PRI board group = 1 channel => 1-15 channel => 17-31 context=from-zaptel ; Analog board group = 2 signalling=fxs_ks channel => 35,36,37,38,39 context=from-zaptel group = 3 signalling=fxs_ks channel => 32,33,34 context=from-zaptel