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TheGateway PBX object is used to register a gateway with the PBX. A Gateway object in contrast to a User object allows additional dialing digits to be sent. Also for incoming calls the incoming calling party number is passed on.

Enblock Count If this number of digits is dialed after the number of the Gateway object itself, the call is sent out as enblock call. This is useful to connect to gateway which are not capable of overlap receiving.
Enblock as Diverting No If this checkmark is set, the called party number is transmitted as diverting leg2 information. As called party number the number of the gateway object is sent or no number if the Prefix checkmark is set. This is useful with Microsoft Exchange since this expects the number of the mailbox as diverting number.
Prefix If this checkmark is set, the number of the Gateway object itself is removed from the called party number for outgoing calls and added to the calling party number for incoming calls

The device registering with a gateway object is normally expected to send local extension numbers as calling party number (i.e. extensions local to the PBX and 'behind' the gateways own number). However, if it sends these numbers as full numbers (that is, including the various prefixes such as county code, are code, trunk, etc.), these can be stripped using the next 3 fields:

International Match If a call is received with an international calling party number, it is compared to this number. If there is a match (head match) this number is removed from the calling party number, so that only additional digits remain. If the calling party number does not match, it is removed completely.
National Match Same as 'International Match' only for national calling party number
Subscriber Match Same as 'International Match' only for subscriber calling party number
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