Scenario is, customer calls 18669149049 and the call hits the router with digits 8669149049 where t1 is terminated , i have created a dial peer with incoming called number as 8669149049 and session target as call manager and i have created an extension 8669149049 in CM to make the call land into the extension.
The prob is whenever customer calls the tollfree he gets a dialtone (as if waiting for digits to be entered) and the call disconnects.
I can see the router log that the call has landed onto one of my t1 channel and found that even my dial-peer is matched but the caller hears a dialtone and gets disconnected.
You don't really bind them, the T1 uses the pots dial-peer for the incoming call leg, the reason you heard the second dial-tone is because you did not have the direct-inward-dial on a pots dial-peer. The voip dial-peer is used for the outbound call leg. Hope this helps.
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