You probably do want to try the no digit strip to see if that is the issue and you can also change the pattern to 1[2-4]T. That is the same thing as listing out each individual digit. You can specify the range.
Actually the problem is that the number that matches in the bracket will not be stripped. Only the 1 will be as the bracket is treated as a regular expression. So if you want the number that matches in the bracket to strip you are left with these choices:
If you know the nuber of digits that are coming in you can forward the number of trailing digits with the forward-digits command. say you are getting 6 digits 123456 and you want to send the last 4 you would use
If you don't know the number of digits you will receive then you would need to set up 4 dial-peers
yes 234# will be forwarded # and * are valid digits. Howvere be aware that the # is the default dial-peer terminator so if you want to use it as a digit you need to set dial peer terminator (in global config) to something else (A is usually good). I don't beleive however that # is passed on a PRI-NET5 line as it is interpreted by the gateway as a sending complete when doing overlap receiving.
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