I am over looking something fundamental in regard to creating a redundant dial-peer. I have 2 H323 PRI gateways that are working fine. However I need to be abe to route calls between them if the H323 path in the other fails. This is needed to prevent calls from failing as I have one DID range over the 4 PRI circuits with calls being delivered cyclically across them.
I created a H323 peer on both routers and the call passes from one to the other (this is where it starts to go wrong). When the call is received it matches the new incoming H323 peer on the DNIS 12[3-4]. (test range i have). I would then expect it to match the outbound H323 peer as that peer has a destination-pattern of 12[3-4].
But instead it matches the outbound PRI peer that has an incoming called-number of . and a destination-pattern of .T
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