It should work one POTS dial-peer with the 8T wildcard as the destination-pattern. Make sure the users dial 8 before the dialed number and issue the "default forward-digits" command under the dial-peer mode. The digits after the 8 are going to be sent to the gateway.
I am having the same issues. If I use the 9T (or 8T in our case) I run up against the interdigit time out. Meaning the user dials any number and the phone sits there looking stupid until the timer expires, then it forwards the digits and the call compleats.
Being a phone guy it bugs me that the caller has to wait for the call to be sent. There has to be a better way. Does anyone have any ideas?
Unfortunately, you cannot create dial-peers in this fashion. When phones are dialing outbound on CME the digits are dialed one at a time. For those puropses, you 7 digits and 10 digit destination-patterns are both going to match.
In other words, you are doing variable length local dialing, 7 digit or 10 digit. As a result you need to use a wildcard, such as 8T as previously suggested.
To prevent the long wait, reduce the inter-digit timeout.
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