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Asterisk Dial pattern for China

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I setup an Asterisk server at our location in China (PBXinaFlash).  It works well for international calls and calls to cell phones, but they cannot dial land lines.

I have no idea what the structure of the local numbers is in China (I'm in Dongguan at the moment), and nobody even seems to understand my question.  

Can anyone suggest a dial pattern for use in China?
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I've mostly figured it out.  

I'm running all X's for the dial patterns for 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12 number lengths.
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