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Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

A few weeks ago while troubleshooting a CME setup, I used an IOS command that showed in detail which dial-peers were matched by a dialed string. This was a very useful tool, since it revealed that there were conflicting dial-peers very quickly. I'm now troubleshooting an H.323 router being used with CCM and can't find or remember that command.

It's not 'CSIM START string' since that simply places a call.

It's not 'SHOW DIAL-PEER VOICE tag' or 'Summary' since they display what is configured on the tag or all dial-peers.

The command I used had the actual dialed number you were testing in it.

Thanks

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Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

Use the "show call active voice" command.

Hope this helps. If so, please rate the post.

Brandon

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Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

Nah, the 'show call active voice' shows me which calls are actually up on the gateway.

I'm looking for a command that, given a dial string, will show which dial-peers match that string.

Thanks

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Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

show dialplan number

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Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

You need to run the debug command.

debug voip dialpeer all

Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

show call act voice brief, show call hist voice brief do show what dial-peers (pid:#) are being used for each leg of the call. It's on the first line of each leg, look for pid: - the number to right of colon is the dial-peer #.

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Re: Command to Verify Which Dial-Peer is matched

Hi, I think you will find the command 'show voice call status' a good command to use as this will show the called number as well as the matched inbound and outbound dialpeers. I find this command very useful when troubleshooting Dialpeer configuration.

regards,

Steve

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