DialPeer redundancy voip/pots with RSVP on the network
Currently I have an RSVP enable network that is running VoIP. On the VoIP router I have 2 dialpeers one pointing to the VoIP network and the other to the POTS (T1/PRI) with the same destination-pattern and using a preference of 2 on pots dialpeer. On the VoIP dialpeer I have the req-qos controlled load and the acc-qos in order to make the call using RSVP reservation for QoS.
My question: If for some reason the VoIP network can't be use because of RSVP lack of bandwidth end-to-end.. does the VoIP router scan the next dial-peer (i.e. the POTS dialpeer)?? Or it will stop on the voip dialpeer.
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