We have a requirement to monitor outbound calls to Cuba, through our AS5350. We still want to terminate the call, but also keep track of how many there are. So I have put "preference 1" into all the carrier dial-peers, put "dial-peer hunt 2", and made a new dial-peer:
This matches calls to Cuba with any 4-digit prefix, the permissions cause the call to fail, and then it tries the next dial-peer which completes the call as normal. The IP address given is just a decoy, without a session target the dial-peer is not activated. This is all working and great!
However whenever I reboot the gateway, the line "huntstop" appears in this dial-peer. I can manually remove it with "no huntstop" but since this is the default it doesn't appear in startup-config. So whenever it is rebooted, the line appears again. Is there any way to stop "huntstop" appearing when I enter the "permission none" line, or to automatically remove huntstop from the dial-peer on startup?
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