I think its the problem araised due to the interdigit timeout since the destination pattern is specifed .T.
Trying dialing the same number and last use a # as terminator. If you see difference in delay its due to interdigit timeout.
There are situations where expected dial-strings do not have a set number of digits. In such cases, Cisco recommends you configure the "T" terminator on the dial peer destination-pattern command in order to.use variable-length dial-peers.
The 'T' terminator forces the router or gateway to wait until the full dial-string is received. In order to achieve this, the 'T' terminator forces the router or gateway to wait until the full dial-string is received. The router or gateway:
Waits for a set interdigit timeout before the device routes the call.
Routes the call once the device receives the "#" termination character in the dial-string. For example, if you dialed "5551212#", the "#" indicates to the router that you dialed all the digits and that all digits prior to the "#" should be used to match a dial peer.
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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