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Dial peer question

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Jun 14th, 2012
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We have a voice-gateway connected to a PBX ( for local access) , and to a SBC-Session Border Controller ( for PSTN access), from its configuration here you have a pair of dial-peers:


dial-peer voice 12 pots


destination-pattern 130567734..

incoming called-number .T


port 1/0:D          <---- to PBX

forward-digits 4





dial-peer voice 26 voip


destination-pattern 1305.......

voice-class codec 1

session protocol sipv2     <---- to SBC

session target ipv4:

session transport udp

tech-prefix 1

dtmf-interworking rtp-nte



num-exp 305 1305


If this router receives a call from PSTN to 3056773422 while link to PBX is down (port 1/0:D).....

Is it possible that router matches with dial-peer voice 26 and return call toward SBC connection???

Or router should generate a reorder tone (after matching with dial-peer 12)???

Thanks for your help

Enrique Villasana

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Chris Deren Fri, 06/15/2012 - 06:29
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You will need to remove "huntstop" on dial peer 12 for that to work, if you remove it then it will route to it as it also matches the same pattern (less explicit makes it secondary).


ev1205 Mon, 07/09/2012 - 14:47
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Hi Chris Deren.

I was working on another project and forgot this old problem, but I am back.

As you said, If I do not remove "huntstop" on dial peer 12, the call never will be routed via dial-peer 26???.

Thanks for your very importat help...

Enrique Villasana


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