you have to not look at the country, but the type of application you are doing. for example, are you connected to PBX ( specify which type and interface) to telco (again specify which interface) and more importantly, what are you trying to do.
this will be a CCM Gateway, with an E1 in UK, and T1 in US.
My concern is that just having a single .T peer will mean timeout delays, especially with variable length dial patterns. Here in AU, I use a template has about 8 dial peers to cover the variable length patterns.
Yes it make sense. However, if you use CCM, the correctness of the called number is enforced first at CCM level. I understand that there are CCM templates circulating for both UK and the US. Try posting as 'CCM dialplans for US and UK'.
So, it is safe to use destination-pattern with T on the gateway. If you want to configure it with the correct destination-patterns, you can do that, but it is not necessary.
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