I'm looking to have a call go to a second dial-peer after a set delay.
For example, I have dial-peer A and dial-peer B with the same destination-pattern. I will put a higher preference on dial-peer A. Call comes in and rings dial-peer A for 15 seconds. No answer so call is redirected to dial-peer B.
The preference command on the dial-peers is for redundancy and when the call routes through dp A and fails, it will then route through dp B. However, in your case, the call reached the other end successfully using dp A and is now in the alerting state. Therefore, post this, even if the call is not answered, the router will not consider that to be a fail and route it out through dp B.
So unfortunately, your requirement can't be fulfilled using the preference command.
Sorry if I wasn't clear. I knew that the preference command will not give me the result I was looking for, I was just saying I would use that to go to dp A first. I was just hoping someone knew a way to go from an alerting state on dp A to dp B.
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