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Pots dial peer issue with T command

having touble with dial peers when the T command is used. I have a pots dial peer as follows.

dial-peer voice 999 pots

destination-pattern 9T

direct-inward-dial

port 0/0/0:15

I use the show dialplan number 91234 command and no dial peer is matched. No other dial peer exist all have been removed. If i use the ^9. instead of 9T all works but all digits are forwarded down the E1. I have also ried a dial peer with 5T and get the same results. I have used the 9T for outside pstn access before with no issues, the 9 is removed and all other digits forwarded.

software on router is

c2800nm-ipvoicek9-mz.124-15.T1.bin

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Pots dial peer issue with T command

Hi,

test the number with "show dialplan timeout". It should definitely work as per documentation.

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Pots dial peer issue with T command

Hi,

test the number with "show dialplan timeout". It should definitely work as per documentation.

New Member

Re: Pots dial peer issue with T command

I do believe when using a T pattern with "dialplan number" command you have to place a # at the end to signify the end of inter digit timeout.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Pots dial peer issue with T command

By default either will work, but since you can change the significance of # from terminator to regular DTMF symbol, "timeout" is the safest form.

New Member

Re: Pots dial peer issue with T command

Hi

Thanks for all the advice, the timeout command worked after the show dialplan number command.

Thanks for the help guys, another one for the little black book.

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