Howdy - I'm troubleshooting a dial-peer problem with a CME system in Singapore. If users dial any toll-free 800 number the wrong dial-peer is used and the number is truncated to match the shorter number-pattern, which of course fails. The number I am dialling in Singapore is 8001204416 (Verizon Audio Conferencing) and it is prefixed with '9' for an external line. All other numbers, including 1800 numbers, work fine (correct dial-peer is used). The correct dial-peer for this number is 2102 (see below), but for some reason this is skipped in preference for dial-peer 2109. I've read through some other posts here looking for any tips or commands/debugs that might help me figure out what is going wrong, but so far I've not had any joy - any hints would be greatly appreciated.
(See attached sho Dial Plan number)
dial-peer voice 2101 pots <--- [** THIS DIAL-PEER WORKS FINE **]
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