System rate is used to count the call cost of every trunk and the total call cost of the system
When the outbound call trunk matches the trunk the system rate assigned, and the number dialed matches the rate rules, the system will carculate the cost of this call via the matched rate, and add up to the call cost of the trunk and the system.
Only system administrator can set the system rate
Click Rate–>System rate, and it shows the current system rate list
Add system rate
Click “Add” to add a new piece of rate.
Prefix：the prefix of the called number which matches this rate. E.g., “0” for domestic long-distant dials, “00” for international numbers, “001” for Amrican numbers, “default” for any number.
Team: the team this rate applies to. If leave it blank, this rate would apply to all teams. And during use, the system would priorly find the assigned rate of the team, and if nothing is found, then it will search for the unassigned rate.
Entering default in the prefix means it matches all prefix.
If the length is 0, it means it matches all lengths.
Teams in a group actually have little meaning.
If you do not choose a trunk, the cost will be added to cost record but no trunk cost will increase.
The set of system rate has nothing to do with the in-use trunk selection, only to be used to count the call cost.
Only when a trunk is used in the outbounding calls, will the system find the corresponding rate in the system rate.
Edit system rate
Double click a rate to enter the edit page.