Calls to DIDWW Outbound gateway should be sent in the E.164 dialing format: country code + area code + subscribers number without the leading 00’s or (+) sign. The same rule applies for Caller ID. Correct example:
To: Bob <sip:123456789@Destination.com> // Called destination number in SIP "To" header From: Alice <sip:1987654321@Caller.com> // Caller ID in SIP "From" header
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Local routes are referred to as in-country routes. It enables you to call numbers that are unreachable when calls are routed via international routes, for example, Toll-Free, Shared-Cost, Premium, Short Codes, and Emergency. Local routes are available in the following countries:
|Bosnia||Chile||France||Israel||Mexico||Poland||South Africa||United Kingdom|
Several of the aforestated countries require DIDWW DIDs to be used as Caller ID for local routes. For more information, contact our sales department at email@example.com.
Calls to short numbers are available in the following countries: