Re: Block a specific outgoing called prefix on a dial-peer with
Sorry for my poor explanation and english!
I have a BRI port and a FXO port, the BRI port is only for POTS calls, and de FXO is attached to a "trak" with a mobile sim, only for mobile calls.
The mobile prefix in spain is 6, so the dial-peer must have the destination-pattern 06T and "prefix 6" command, (0 dial for outside calls).
If the FXO port is busy, then the CCME try to route the call to the generic dial-peer 0T (for local,national, international, emergency, etc). The calls from POTS to mobile are more expensive than the mobile to mobile calls, so I want to only permit mobile calls to the dial-peer 06T and the other calls to the dial-peer 0T (excluding mobile calls)...
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