Trying to setup a dialpeer that generates a dialtone to allow digits to be captured. Once the digits are recieved the call then gets processed by the relevant dial-peer sending the call to either of two downstream routers.
If the call processor is a CallManager server, then you check 'provide outside dialtone' in the route pattern config - If it is coming in on a T1 (pri or cas) to a router, then on the pots peer that will be matched on the way in, make sure you do not have 'direct-inward-dial' - I think it is on by default on CAS, so you would have to do 'no direct-inward-dial'.
Here is a tech note on one and two stage dialing, two stage is when dial tone is provided then digit collected:
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