I currently have a 2821 gateway with dial-peers. Access code is 7 along with 10 digit dialing. The end user dials 77042895829. The CCM routes the call to the gateway. The router sends 10 digits, which includes the access code, but strips the last digit. See below for the 2 dial-peers that matches the digits along with the debug that shows the 10 digits that are being sent. Any help would greatly be appreciated!
If you have another POTS peer than can match 77 at the beginning (like 31234 for instance), it will grab the call but not forward enough digits.
Router dial peer matching is not "best match" like UCM, it is "first match". The peers are matched in the order they are physically listed in the configuration, not in the order of the tag numbers.
The only fix is to put the longest/most specific matches into the configuration first, so you get the expected behavior. Just one of the joys of Cisco IPT - each platform is developed by a different group, so consistency suffers.
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