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Administrator Guide

HUAWEI IP Phone 7920 and 7960 V600R006C00

Describes the deployment, configuration, and maintenance of HUAWEI IP Phone 7920/7960.
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Dialing Rules

Dialing Rules

This section describes how to configure dialing rules.

If the number a user dialed matches a preset dialing rule, the phone automatically converts the number according to that rule and calls the converted number after the preset delay time expires.

NOTE:
  • The dialing rules take effect on the operations of manually dialing numbers and making calls from the directory or call history.
  • The total dialing rules created on the IP phone cannot exceed 1024 bytes.

Configuration Methods

You can configure dialing rules using three different methods, as listed in Table 5-5.

Table 5-5 Configuration methods

Method

Details

eSight

On the eSight management portal, choose choose Resource > Collaboration Resource > Terminal Device Management > Deployment Management > Configuration file. Select the corresponding configuration file, click , and expand the configuration items. Click the Call Settings tab, set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

DHCP Option 246

Set related parameters in the configuration file and deliver the new configuration file to the IP phone.

TMS

Log in to the TMS and click the Subscriber/Device Operation tab. In the pane on the left of the window, click Data Model Tree. Deliver the configuration using the data model tree. Alternatively, use the TR-069 script to set related parameters.

Web

On the phone web page, choose Call Settings > Dialing Rules and set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

LCD

N/A

Parameter Settings

Table 5-6 lists the dialing rule parameters that you must set.

Table 5-6 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

How to Set

How to Modify the Configuration File

Dialing Rules

Specifies the rule according to which the IP phone converts the matched number and automatically dials the converted number.

Configure a dialing rule according to the description provided in Table 5-7.

Parameter: Totalrules

Location: Device > ComCfg > DigitMapRule

Setting: If multiple dialing rules are required, separate them using vertical bars (|).

Example: Totalrules="XXXXX|<0:0086>XXXXXXXXXXX>"

Delay

Indicates the time that elapses before the IP phone automatically calls the converted number.

Set this parameter depending on your needs.

Value range: 0-15, in the unit of seconds

Default: 0

Parameter: delayTime

Location: Device > ComCfg > DigitMapRule

Table 5-7 Symbols in dialing rules

Symbol

Description

Example

x or X

Represents a digit of 0-9.

135xxxxxxxx: indicates an 11-digit number starting with 135.

[]

Matches any digit in [].

  • [2-8]: indicates any digit of 2-8.
  • [279]: indicates any digit of 2, 7, and 9.

.

Indicates that the digit before the dot separator (.) can be repeated any number of times or not at all.

NOTE:

The last digit of a dialing rule cannot be a dot (.).

92.3: indicates 93, 923, 9223, and so on.

<:>

Specifies a dialing rule as follows:

If the dialing rule is A<B:C>D,

  • When the number a user dials matches ABD, the phone automatically replaces B with C and calls ACD.
  • A, B, C, and D in the dialing rule indicate character strings that consist of digits and common signs, such as asterisks (*), number signs (#), and plus signs (+).
  • A, B, and D can also contain dialing rule symbols.
  • 1[278]<111:000>XX: specifies that the phone automatically replaces 111 with 000 if the number a user dials matches 1[278]111XX.

    For example, if the number a user dials is 1211123, the phone automatically calls 1200023.

  • <:0086>XXXXX: specifies that the phone automatically prefixes 0086 to the number a user dials if the number contains five digits.

    If the number a user dials is 12345, the phone automatically calls 008612345.

Configuration Example

Configure dialing rules depending on your needs. The following examples describe the specific functions available to users after dialing rules are configured:

  • Immediate call

    For example, a user wants the phone to automatically call a 5-digit number immediately after the user dials such a number. To achieve this, set Dialing Rules to XXXXX and Delay to 0.

  • Delay call

    For example, a user wants the phone to automatically call a mobile phone number starting with 135, 136, 137, 138, or, 139 5s after the user dials such a number. To achieve this, set Dialing Rules to 13[5-9]XXXXXXXX and Delay to 5.

  • Number replacement

    For example, a user wants the phone to automatically replace 0 with 0086 and call the number after the user dials a mobile phone number starting with 0. To achieve this, set Dialing Rules to <0:0086> XXXXXXXXXXX.

  • Number insertion

    For example, a user wants the phone to automatically suffix # to a 3-digit number starting with * and call the number after the user dials such a number. To achieve this, set Dialing Rules to *XX<:#>.

    For example, a user wants the phone to automatically prefix 9 to a 7–digit number that the user dials. To achieve so, set Dialing Rules to <:9>XXXXXXX.

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Updated: 2019-03-06

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