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Dial peers

why would you have the following to dial peers - don't they overlap

dial-peer voice 6... voip

preference 1

destination-pattern 6...

progress_ind setup enable 3

translate-outgoing calling 15

voice-class codec 1

voice-class h323 1

session target

dial-peer voice 6208 voip

preference 1

destination-pattern 6208

progress_ind setup enable 3

translate-outgoing calling 15

voice-class codec 1

voice-class h323 1

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Re: Dial peers

The reason would be to treat the dialed number 6208 differently than 6XXX. So if I dial 6208 it would use the first dial peer whereras if I dial 6207 for example if would use the second. If for any reason you need to treat 6208 differently you would create dedicated dial-peer. The session target command in your example is incomplete, but it could for instance point to different callmanager servers.

If you apply the same reasoning to pots dial-peers then you can send out calls via different PRI, FXO ports.

Chris

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Re: Dial peers

I have tried similar configurations, and found that the dial peer will be matched on the first digit, meaning that 6208 will match the 6... peer. If you change the preference to be lower (2 or higher) on the 6... peer you will get the behavior you want.

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