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Dial-Peer matching question

I'm not understanding why a call to 9011573006161957 is matcing the POTS dial-peer that it is:

dial-peer voice 12 pots

description RRB Extentions

preference 1

destination-pattern [2-9]

direct-inward-dial

port 3/0:23

forward-digits all

Can someone explain? I would think the pattern should be [2-9]T or something to be a full match, but it seems to be matching on a single digit.

RRHB-VXR02#show dialplan number 9011573006161957

Macro Exp.: 9011573006161957

VoiceEncapPeer12

peer type = voice, information type = voice,

description = `RRB Extentions',

tag = 12, destination-pattern = `[2-9]',

answer-address = `', preference=1,

CLID Restriction = None

CLID Network Number = `'

CLID Second Number sent

CLID Override RDNIS = disabled,

source carrier-id = `', target carrier-id = `',

source trunk-group-label = `', target trunk-group-label = `',

numbering Type = `unknown'

group = 12, Admin state is up, Operation state is up,

Outbound state is up,

incoming called-number = `', connections/maximum = 3/unlimited,

DTMF Relay = disabled,

URI classes:

Destination =

huntstop = disabled,

in bound application associated: 'DEFAULT'

out bound application associated: ''

dnis-map =

permission :both

incoming COR list:maximum capability

outgoing COR list:minimum requirement

Translation profile (Incoming):

Translation profile (Outgoing):

incoming call blocking:

translation-profile = `'

disconnect-cause = `no-service'

advertise 0x40 capacity_update_timer 25 addrFamily 4 oldAddrFamily 4

type = pots, prefix = `',

forward-digits all

session-target = `', voice-port = `3/0:23',

direct-inward-dial = enabled,

digit_strip = enabled,

register E.164 number with H323 GK and/or SIP Registrar = TRUE

fax rate = system, payload size = 20 bytes

supported-language = ''

Time elapsed since last clearing of voice call statistics never

Connect Time = 359480959, Charged Units = 0,

Successful Calls = 17574, Failed Calls = 6906, Incomplete Calls = 275

Accepted Calls = 295, Refused Calls = 52,

Last Disconnect Cause is "10 ",

Last Disconnect Text is "normal call clearing (16)",

Last Setup Time = 365210802.

Matched: 9011573006161957 Digits: 1

Target:

4 REPLIES

Re: Dial-Peer matching question

I guess as soon as you dial the first digit itself, its a specific match ([2-9]), so its ignoring the rest of the digits. Does the call complete ?

New Member

Re: Dial-Peer matching question

Are you saying that any single digit match that eliminates any other destination-patterns will automatically match on DialPeers?

Does the CM operate the same way?

thx.

Silver

Re: Dial-Peer matching question

You need to have a T at the end of the pattern so the interdigit timeout takes effect. Else it would match on the first digit like Sankar said.

destination-pattern [2-9]T

New Member

Re: Dial-Peer matching question

But if you are positive that you want all calls to go out a certain trunk, should you just leave it like that to make call routing faster? The inbound matching peer is an H323 peer, so all digits are known already.

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