A dial plan (or dialplan) is a string of characters that determines how entered phone digits are are interpreted and transmitted by your ATA device. It also tells the device if it should accept or reject a call. It facilitates calling, as well as blocking of certain call profiles (such as long distance or international).
The basic dial plan provided in the configuration samples for the Linksys ATA devices should work with Telnyx.
How the Telnyx dialplan works with Linksys
Telnyx recommended dialplan:
Linksys Dialplan Digit Sequence
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 * #
Characters available to use that map to a phone digit.
Any phone digit.
You can enter characters between brackets to create an allow-list of only certain digits.
For example [25-7*] allows the user to press 2, 5, 6, 7 or *. (Note that 4 is missing, as are 8 and 9)
You can use a period to accept zero or more entries the number that precedes the zero.
This is used for sequence substitution, you can use this to indicate that the 1 + area code 555 will be followed by the next 7 digits of a phone number in that area code.
This can be used between digits to play an “outside line” dial tone after a trigger number or sequence.
! (exclamation point)
You can use this character to prohibit a dial sequence.
S0 or L0
Overrides the Short or Long inter-digit timer to 0 seconds.
Pauses # seconds.
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