Looking at an example of routing calls to PRI first then FXO I found the following:
dial-peer voice 1000 pots
destination pattern 91..........
dial-peer voice 1001 pots
I thought the digits that matched the destination pattern were stripped when forwarded to the PSTN. In this example it seems that the "1" would not be sent to the PSTN and the call would fail. Also why does the PRI need the "forward-digits" command the the FXO doesn't?
All type of ports ports behave the same way. In the example above, calls via DP 1001 would fail because it has not "forward-digits", that is the commands that defines how many digits are sent to PSTN, no matter what is matched and what is not.
Another less known way to do that is the following:
And requires no "forward-digits" command. By the way the above is the correct DP for LD NANP.
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