Help with Destination Pattern

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Mar 24th, 2010

Hello,

  I am trying to accomplish the following:

- If the user dials 1100 with one of the following three digits 208|978|220|370|920|940|356|686|391|405|915|544|634|744|984|642|823|867 and any other four digits xxxx to be sent to the T1 port.

I tried the following but no luck

destination-pattern 1100[208],[978],[220],[etc]....

Is it possible to do it in one destination pattern or have to create one for each?

Thanks in adavance,

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Jaime Valencia Tue, 03/30/2010 - 19:10

Unless this is for some video usage you shouldn't be posting in the video over ip section.

As for your question the answer is no, there is no way to summariza all that into 1 DP.

What you put in brackets is what digits are valid, not what digit chain is accepted.

1100[208] = 11002 or 11000 or 11008

, (comma) stands for 1 second pause, not to indicate you're going to provide a set of options.

I'd recommend you to go thru dial-peer config documentation available on CCO to understand how to create dial-peers and how wildcards work


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m-haddad Tue, 03/30/2010 - 21:38

Thanks I alreadt went through the documentation and figured out that I can't accomplish what I want. I didn't notice I did add my post under the video section.

Thanks again,

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