A customer needs to make 10 digits local call, which is 3 digits area code and 7 digits local number.
I configure two dial-peers, one for this 10 digits local call and one for the reguler 7 digits local calls.
dial-peer voice 90 pots
dial-peer voice 92 pots
Cannot make the 10 digits local calls. I dial 10 digits, only 7 digits is collected and forwarded.
Check the output of the command below:
sh dialplan number 93863290100
This 10 digits number matches both of dial-peer 90 and 92. It matches 2 digits with dial-peer 92 and matches 4 digits with dial-peer 90. But the longest matching rule seems not working here, the call went through dial-peer 92.
The CME is not making 'longest match' decisions, but rather 'first match' and 'lower preference number' ones. The 'first match' rule is relevant to the order of dial-peers were entered into the router's configuration, and not the dial-peer number. So you have to enter them into the router in that order.
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