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Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

I have a need to send both 15 and 16 digits (including 011 and country code) to Germany. The issue I am running into is that when the user gets to the 15th digit it gets sent since it matches the dial peer with 15. How do I get them to both be viable? I cannot use the 9T since we have a security need to lock down certain patterns.

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Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

Hi,

Can you post your dial-peers?

New Member

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

dial-peer voice 50 pots

description Germany

destination-pattern 901149..........

port 0/3/0:23

forward-digits 15

!

dial-peer voice 120 pots

description Germany

destination-pattern 901149...........

port 0/3/0:23

forward-digits 16

Cisco Employee

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

add as last digit T to the one for 15 digits so it expect for more digits

destination-pattern 901149..........T

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

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New Member

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

do I take out the forward-digits command? Will the 9 get stripped out?

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

Remove the forward-digits and add prefix 011

Hope that helped, if so please rate.

New Member

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

So just to clarify:

dial-peer voice 50 pots

description Germany

destination-pattern 901149..........T

port 0/3/0:23

prefix 011

However, forward-digits 0 gets inserted.

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

Try adding prefix 011 and forward-digits all.

Hope that helped, if so please rate.

Re: Dial-peer question (sending 15 and 16 digits)

Since you have overlapping dial plans you will have to wait for the interdigit timeout. This means you will have to use the T keyword after your 15 digit dial peer.

This is slightly different from the way that CUCM routes calls, as the gateway will send it as soon as there is a match rather than wait for the longest match.

hth,

nick

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