Route pattern

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May 13th, 2008

Dear all,

I want to configure a route pattern to route call to the PSTN. To get the line on the PSTN network , i have to dial a security code number *54#1293*14#.

I configured my route pattern as :

- on the route pattern field : 1.[23789]XXXXXXX

- On the Discard digit field : Predot

- On the Prefix Digit (outgoing call): *54#1293*14#.

On my voice gateway , the dial-peer configured is :

dial-peer voice 70 pots

description LDHOTLINE

destination-pattern 1[23789].......

port 1/0/1

forward-digits 8

When i dial the number 1 96297967 from my IP phone , i have the message " Your call can not be computed" .

Thanks for your help.

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gpulos Tue, 05/13/2008 - 03:31

You've got a routePattern that strips the "1" from the dialed digits before sending the call to the gateway.

Then you have a gateway with an outbound dial-peer that is requiring a "1" as the leading digit.

Remove the discard digit predot and the dot and test again. (or use another prefix number w/a dot and strip predot)

Bottom line is that your dial-peer will not accept numbers that dont start with "1" in this case.

(you could use the 'prefix' command under your dial-peer)

(plus 8 digits forwarded to the PSTN doesn't look right...if your USA, it is 7 digits or 11 digits (unless 1 prefix not required for some LD calls)

cameroun Wed, 05/14/2008 - 22:49

Hello gpulos.

I removed the discard digit predot and i configured the voice gateway as

dial-peer voice 70 pots

description LDHOTLINE

destination-pattern *54#1293*14#1[23789].......

port 1/0/1

Now , the call is forwarded to the PSTN.

But the PSTN send a voice message telling that i must dial the code number first.

Which command can i use to be sure that all the digit *54#1293*14# are forwarded to the PSTN ?

Thanks.

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