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alainrussell

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We've been provided with 10 DDI numbers on our SIP interface but for some reason I can't add more than 6 to the one connection - is there a limit on this? I need to be able to add 10 (non-sequential) numbers to the list if possible.

Thanks
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Eraser

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I was just going to post about this.

I have 20+ numbers and was trying to do the same thing.. using the mask doesn't look like is going to work for me.

Any solutions?
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

This is a bug, the field for entering phone numbers is too short. This will be fixed in 1.0.1.

Could you consider mapping of an interval of numbers, for example "1234567XX -> 1XX", even if you do not have all the 100 numbers?

Vladimir
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alainrussell

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Thanks, do you have an ETA on 1.0.1? Hesitant to add the block numbers as I noticed mapping changing between numbers when I was adding/removing numbers to the SIP interface.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The ETA for 1.0.1 is end of February.

Vladimir
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alainrussell

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Ok, thanks - few too many bugs in the current version for us to look at migrating our current system. Will wait for 1.0.1 Smile
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