I am routing the patterns '911' and '411' through fxo ports. I also want to route '9911' and '9411' through the same ports. With Call Manager running, this isn't a problem. CM simply strips the 9 and sends the call to the gateway. However, if the 4224 is running in SRST and has no connectivity to the call manager, I have a problem. The call manager cannot strip the 9 and the call is lost.
I cannot have the gateway strip the 9 because it only strips specified digits. Alternatively, if I specify '9...' all long distance outbound calls they make will be sent to 911, the first number matched. (They prepend all outbound calls with a 9).
Does anybody have a solution? Surely someone has run into this.
For further clarification, here are the relevant dial peers:
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