CME 4.1 - Busy/Unknown Number when calling 4-digit extension
The first line on all our 7940 and 7960 phones is a 3-digit number, and we can call those extensions from any other internal phone. The 2nd through 6th lines are 5 digit numbers, but we can't call any of those extensions. The phone just shows the first 3 numbers, and gives a busy signal, along with 'Unknown Number' on the display. Shouldn't the CME 'know' all of the ephone-dn numbers it has configured?
If it helps, among other dial-peers, we have these two added to be able to call extensions on our second CME4.1 at a remote site:
Re: CME 4.1 - Busy/Unknown Number when calling 4-digit extension
Sorry, I'm not a CME expert, so from your post I couldn't tell what exactly I was looking for. When I do 'show dialplan number 448', it returns two matches, destination-pattern = '448$' and destination-pattern = '..'.
As a clarification, there are no duplicate extension numbers between the two CMEs. And we don't want to have to dial a prefix digit to reach extension numbers at the second site.
Edit: So what will happen if I change 'destination pattern ..' to 'destination-pattern ..'? Will calls to 3XXXX and 5XXX extension numbers work?
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