minimum amount of dial peers for SIP trunk

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May 24th, 2010

I like to have my users dial from their Cisco phones as they do from their cell phones.  This means 10 digit dialing for all domestic calls and 011 in front of international calls.  I don't want or think I need to use the old dial "9" to get a line deal.  So I am thinking of creating only two dial peers like this:


dial-peer voice 1000  voip

description 411, 911

destination pattern ...


dial-peer voice 1001 voip

description domestic 10 digit

destination pattern ..........


dial-peer voice 1002 voip

description International

destination pattern 011T


Is there some reason why this shouldn't work?  What are the pros and cons?


Thanks,

Diego

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Abu Hadee Tue, 05/25/2010 - 03:26

Hi diego,


This wouldn't work. Because as soon as someone dial 3 digit, no matter what they were suppose to dial, it will match dial-peer 1000 and send the call. User wont have option to dial any further digit. You could have use


dial-peer voice  1000  voip

description 411, 911

destination pattern [49]11


dial-peer voice 1001 voip

description domestic 10  digit

destination  pattern [2-9].........


dial-peer voice 1002 voip

description International

destination pattern 011T



Hope this helps


Thanks

- abu

DIEGO ALONSO Tue, 05/25/2010 - 04:52

Good point!  and now I also see another problem.  2xx numbers are local extensions and 3xx are extensions located on a remote CME box.  How would I work those in to this config?


Thanks,

Diego

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