As it relates to CallManager, when a # key is invoked it signals the end of your dialing string and will send the call to the GW. Keep in mind you have to have a corresponding route pattern with the # key in it such as 9.011!#
So if I dialed 011123456789# CallManager would send the digits to the gateway right away and not wait for the interdigit timeout.
You can use the # key at any part of a router pattern and CCM will not end dialing. Thats why for using # at the end of any route pattern (for international calls for example) you must explicit add the # key at the end of it (or use the @ wildcard).
The @ wilcard contains the route pattern 9.011!# on it, thats why when you use 9.@, CCM accept # as end of dialing and not because it is end of dialing.
There is an service parameter for stripping # key at the end of end called number, but it is a global setting.
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