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How to get a question mark (?) in a config

I have inherited a CME which has the dial-peers configured as such:

dial-peer voice 9567 pots

permission orig

translation-profile incoming Office-incoming

huntstop

incoming called-number 956(7063)?(7064)?(7065)?(7075)?$

direct-inward-dial

port 0/0/0:15

I need to modify the number but haven't a clue how the original setup was done as above with the question mark in the incoming called-number line. Any ideas?

p.s

cme ver: 3.3

ios ver: 12.4(12)

let me know anything I can provide to help with the answer.

thanks in advance

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Re: How to get a question mark (?) in a config

To get a question mark in config you need to insert Ctrl^V before the "?".

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New Member

Re: How to get a question mark (?) in a config

To get a question mark in config you need to insert Ctrl^V before the "?".

New Member

Re: How to get a question mark (?) in a config

Thanks mpillon, it has certainly done the trick.

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Re: How to get a question mark (?) in a config

Hi,

You can also write that pattern in a shorter form:

956(706[345])?(7075)?$

Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: How to get a question mark (?) in a config

Hi, not sure why the low rating for a correct information that was mean to supplement the answer to you question, anyway, good luck.

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