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fallback using dial-peer preferences

Hello, in a single site topology, If I have a single gateway router with both voip and PSTN interfaces, is it correct to implement "preference" values within the dial-peers as a form of fallback ?

For instance, If I want to use a voip dial-peer as my preferred egress route, and a POTS dial-peer as a fallback route, could I simply set a lower preference value within the voip dial-peer ?

Is this how fallback redundancy from WAN to PSTN is normally done when you only have a single gateway router within a single site topology ?

Thanks for clarification.

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fallback using dial-peer preferences

Yes, you can use it with any combination of VOIP and PSTN interfaces as you wish.

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HTH

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Cisco Employee

fallback using dial-peer preferences

Yes, you can use it with any combination of VOIP and PSTN interfaces as you wish.

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdihelpdesk

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdi
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