The problem is that when an IP phone dials 98001101635 for example, dial peer 402 is selected instead of 404. We have tried adding $ to the end of both peers, but behavior is the same. It looks like the shorter pattern is matched, and selected, even though there is a longer and more specific peer available. Is this expected behavior? Suposedly, longest prefix is chosen, but that doesn't seem to be happening.
I think I can work around by replacing peer 402 with a pair of peers, with dest patterns
This should cause 9800 to fail the match, while allowing 9801 and 9810, but is there a a simpler way? I believe I am correct in saying that the order of the peers is irrelevant, so I can't fix it by putting peer 404 ahead of 402 in config?
Any insights would be appreciated. Dial peer selection still seems to murky despite all the CCO doc and discussions.
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