Linksys PAP2T No delay in dialing recommended fast dial plan

I modified the default to the following for faster local dialing for North American area codes:

(*xx|[3469]11|0|00 [2-9]xxxxxxS0|[2-9]xxxxxxxxxS0|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx.)

This is what I added to the above: "[2-9]xxxxxxxxxS0" so any 9 digit number is dialed instantly xxx-xxx-xxxx (the S0 at the end makes it dial right away).  This makes dialing much quicker and is recommended.

*Note the [2-9] is necessary otherwise the x matches a 1 so if you dial long distance or a toll-free number it dials the first 10 digits of it and cuts off the last one.

I finally fixed this after years of slow dialing.  It is also important to note that almost all dialing delay problems are caused by your phone adapter (ATA/VOIP) dial plan and not the server side.  It is also shocking that many companies do not supply their ATAs with proper, fast dial plans at least for local dialing.


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