Example screenshot of a SimpleWizard dial plan.
Each of the fields utilised in Simple Wizard dial plans are explained below.
For outgoing calls the match is made against the dialled number. There are 3 different ways to apply a match.
Incoming rules have two stages that decide whether the rule applies. The first stage checks whether the rule is for a specific SIP account and if so checks that the call destination matches that SIP account. If the rule is set to Any SIP account then it will always match.
For the second stage a check is made against the caller's Caller ID or From header to see whether it contains the specified pattern. If no Caller ID pattern is required this field can be left blank and the rule will disregard the Caller ID check.
Time matching applies only to incoming calls and only when the rule has been set as applying for a specific time. The time check adjusts the current time to the time zone set on your web account profile and then checks it against the day and time options.
The final stage of the rule is to decide how the incoming call should be processed when it successfully matches the call. There are a number of different processing commands that can be used and they are described below.