i'd like to know if you could tell me what is matched first on a voip dial-peer
the destination-pattern or the translation rule. I'm a bit confused This is my scenario
voice translation-rule 2
rule 1 /\(^996\)\(.*\)/ /\2/
voice translation-profile Outgoing
translate called 2
dial-peer voice 9317 voip
translation-profile outgoing Voxitas
voice-class codec 2
session protocol sipv2
session target dns:126.96.36.199
When i make a test call i see 11163171555 however i don't if the translation rule was applied just before sending the digits to the next hop or if the destination pattern is matched first, then the translation and then the digits are stripped
could you please explain
The destination pattern is matched first. This determines which dial peer will be used. The translation profile is then applied in this case stripping 996. The digits are then sent to the session target device.
Hope this helps.