That's right. If the dialed string doesn't match anything and you want it go end up at an endpoint you're either going to have to translate digits or setup a CTI route point for the pattern. You do not need the connection PLAR under the PRI voice port if you follow the dial-peer setup that I used below. I have never used PLAR on a PRI.
You will have two dial peers: The POTS dial peer which is going to handle the call coming in from the telco, and then your VoIP dial peer which is going to take the digits that the router has received and send them to the next hop, which is your call manager. Your call manager will then check the pattern it receives and route to the appropriate end point (an extension, FXS port, Analog port, another router, etc.)
ALSO - IMPORTANT - I totally forgot the command direct-inward-dial that needs to be on your POTS dial peer, this is what allows the next dial-peer in line to be matched by the inbound call.
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
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