Which dial peer is it going out of? VOIP Questions
I am in the need of some help here please.
I have a call being matched with several dial peer and i was wondering which dial peer did it choose at the end of the search, i know that the longest match is the one, but how do i see this in the debug?
here is what i got:
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: Inside dpMatchPeersMoreArg
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: dpMatchPeersMoreArg: Match Dest. pattern; called (1128187069780)
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: Inside dpMatchCore:
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: destination pattn: 1128187069780 expanded string: 1128187069780
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: MatchNextPeer: Peer 11 matched
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: MatchNextPeer: Peer 13 matched
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: MatchNextPeer: Peer 21 matched
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: MatchNextPeer: Peer 23 matched
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: MatchNextPeer: Peer 1111 matched
Dec 15 04:45:14.948: dpMatchPeersMoreArg: Result=0 after MATCH_ORIGINATE
so how do i know what dial peer it send the call to?
Re: Which dial peer is it going out of? VOIP Questions
You can use show call active voice command to display active call information in progress. It display the contents of the active call table (information about call times, dial peers, connections, quality of service, etc).
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