I did a search and could not find a page entitled "normal dial plan". I thought maybe you meant something else. So going back to the page Inbound Routes, you will see that the reference is as opposed to the inbound route dial plan.
With that said, why must a person create an inbound route (normally done by the use of Dialplan>Destinations), but never have to create a normal dial plan?
Further, my Dialplan Manager does not have plans, but rather has a long list of variables.
I trust you can understand the confusion this causes a new comer.
Do you seriously not understand the differences between incoming call routes and normal dial plan functions after working with Fusionpbx for at least a year or is this just pedantic obsession with vocabulary words in the documentation?
The so called "normal" dial plan(s) are prebuilt in Fusionpbx for typical PBX functionality so do not have to be created by the user/admin but inbound routes must be built since those are unique to each installation.
While I do have a sense of humor, the post was serious. My twisted sense of humor is the only reason I continue to entertain your posts.
I have the third highest post count on this forum and the overwhelming majority are replies helping other users without questioning the OP's intentions.
My last question to you was also serious. From your post history the majority of your messages are in reference to the lack of clear explanations in the documentation or the responses given to you. The next most common posts from you are misleading or incorrect information given to others.
So the question remains, do you actually have such a lack of understanding of this project after at least 21 months of exposure or are you just being pedantic?