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Linear: How to dial zero(s) at start of number?


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I am in Germany, and we use a zero to dial out of the city and two zeros to dial out of country. I am using not a DECT base but a recent analogue phone (MFW). Zero is not special on that phone, double-checked. I lift the handle, get the dial tone, dial my number … but my Keenetic is dialing just ‘0’. I hear that. And see that in the call history. Triple-checked via Wireshark. In the dial-rule syntax – Синтаксис правил набора – I saw that special ‘T’. However, either I do not understand its meaning or that did not help.

Then, I went for the dial rule

(00>+)x.|(0>+49)x.|(>+496181)x.

Works. As a side-effect all my calls are international now, which is no problem with my telephony carrier. The ‘6181’ is for those living in Hanau and must be replaced for your city. However, I do not think that is the right approach. Is it?

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On 4/20/2022 at 9:52 PM, KYTECHNGAMING said:

Yes, otherwise I would had no workaround at all. Normally, dialing should work without any Dial Rule. However, to dial a number with 0 at the beginning, I had to create the above dial rule (or alternatively had to use a ‘Line selection code’).

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