I've very new to CME/CUE and need some advice on part of my dial plan. I'm trying to implement dial "9" to dial out, but I find that my dial-peer is passing everything to the telco including the "9". Is there a command or a method that will allow me to discard it or to discard a pre-dot like in regular CallManager?
Thanks for the reality check, Rob. Yeah, I stumbled into the world of "forward-digits" when I was doing some dial peer dubugging, good to see my mind was on the right track. I got the international dialing to work, now trying to figure out how the local dialing will go.
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