Will the following configuration work? I want to use pots as backup if the gk goes down. However I have to use generic pattern [2-9]......... otherwise I have to configure a lot of peers. I guess backup only works when the pattern exact same, right? Otherwise call to 25379..... always use pots peer not voip peer?
preference would only be used when there is a tie between multiple dial-peers. With the configuration you have posted it will always hit dial-peer 14 as that is a more specific match. If you replace destination-pattern to use on dial-peer 14 to use the same as dial-peer 1, it should work for you. Once that is done, since both have the same destination pattern, the router would use preference, and if preference is also the same, it would then try using the first dial-peer configured.
Small correction to the good advice above: Among DPs of same preference for same destination, IOS will choose the least-used, that is the one with the older timestamp for a completed call. In practice, round-robin.
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