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Destination Pattern T

Hi,

In CME on an outgoing dial peer can somebody please explain the difference between

Destination-pattern T

And

Destination-Pattern .T

Also, are all digits sent to the Telco on both of these destination patterns?

Thanks

Chris

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Destination Pattern T

Hi,

1) To the best of my knowledge and understanding

You always use the "T" as the 2nd or later charcter in the string.

T indicates wait on interdigit timeout.

Therefore if the T is not preceded by a digit or wildcard the the interdigit timeout can not start.

IE it is interdigit not initial digit timeout

That is why your 2nd option of ".T" is the only valid entry from your text.

2) Using ".T" all digits will be forwarded as digit stripping only ocurrs on explicitly matched digits

E.g

destination-pattern 9T

The 9 will be stripped

destnation-pattern 666T

The 666 will be stripped

HTH

Alex

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Destination Pattern T

It's worth mentioning that the behavior to strip exact matches is only for POTS dial peers and not for VoIP DPs.

HTH

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Re: Destination Pattern T

Thanks for your help, Cheers Chris

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