By default, dial peers in a hunt group are selected according to the following criteria, in the order listed:
1. Longest match in phone number-Destination pattern that matches the greatest number of dialed digits. For example, if one dial peer is configured with a dial string of 345.... and a second dial peer is configured with 3456789, the router would first select 3456789 because it has the longest explicit match of the two dial peers.
2. Explicit preference-Priority configured by using the preference dial peer command.
3. Random selection-All destination patterns weighted equally.
You can change this default selection order or choose different methods for hunting dial peers by using the dial-peer hunt global configuration command. An additional selection criteria is "least recent use," which selects the destination pattern that has waited the longest since being selected.
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