We have a T1 that previously has only been used for outgoing long distance. The plan is to get some new 800 numbers that will be incoming on the same T1. I understand that I can use a translation rule to map the incoming dnis to the internal dn that we want it to go to.
My question is: do I have to have separate dial-peers configured, each with its own "incoming called-number" statement to do this, or can I have a generic dial-peer that matches all incoming calls on that T1, and references one translation rule with multiple entries?
You can have one dial peer that matches all incoming calls and use a voice translation rule to translate the numbers. Depending on the number of DIDs that you have, you may run into a limitation with translation rules - each voice translation rule can only 15 rules. If you need more translations, other options are the "num-exp" command and secondary numbers on your ephone-dn's.
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Voice-port 0/0/0 is a local ISDN PRI that the normal incoming DID calls come in on. It has the following dial-peer set up:
dial-peer voice 9 pots description inbound from PRI incoming called-number 79.. direct-inward-dial port 0/0/0:23 forward-digits 0
Voice-port 0/0/1 is the (CAS) T1 used for long distance (and soon the incoming 800 numbers). If I set its dial peer like this, will it interfere with the inbound on the other port (the wildcard on called-number concerns me):
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