When phones register in SRST, the router builds a set of dial-peers for each phone. Is there any way to make these direct-inward-dial dial peers? I need to have these be one stage dialing, instead of 2 stage dialing.
My problem is I have an overlaping range of DNs with a PBX that is connected with CallManager with a tie line. Under SRST, I want to route specific matches to the ephones, and wildcard matches to the T1 tie line.
For example, suppose I have an IP phone x4212, and a PBX phone x4218. Since this is an h.323 gateway, I already have a 42.. dial peer that points to the tie line (forward digits 4). Under SRST, it will build a dial peer to 4212, but this will be added to the end of the dial peer list. Since non-DID dial peers will pick the first available match, a call that goes to 4212 will get matched to the 42.. dial peer, since that is the first available match.
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