I'm having this issue about having two redundant dial-peers pointing out to different IP addresses, I've setup max-conn for each dial-peer.
Now my first question is if the first dial-peer is reach the max-conn, it will use the 2nd dial-peer?
Second one is if one dial-peer reaches its maximun max-conn why it keeps completing calls, is it a bug? or the max-conn refers to setup connection and not active calls? For example the output of show dial-peer shows this: "connections/maximum = 8/3"
when you have 2 dial-peers with the same destination pattern what the router is going to do is going to check the preference and route the calls on the dial-peer with the lower preference by default 0, so it will use dial-peer 1006, when the max con is exhausted it will use dial-peer 10061 and if the max-con is met then the call is going to fail
if you don't want this to happen you could add a huntstop cmd on the dial-peer 1006 so when the first 3 calls are established the 4th call will fail instead of failing over to dial-p 10061
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