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      Feb 7th, 08, 2:29 PM
any body can give me details about what is DID(direct internationl dialling )number and hw it wrks what we need to start this,and also info about ports transfor or coding.
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      Feb 7th, 08, 4:58 PM
DID actually stands for Direct Inward Dialing. When I've set this up in the past you have a PBX (private branch exchange-either a commercial product purchased by your company or Asterisk) which you connect to a PRI (voice T1-basically a special network connection that has 16? voice lines on it). The phone company sends a digital signal containing the phone number people are dialing so the PBX can figure out who to send the call to.
What are you trying to do with DID?
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