inbound call dial-peer match how does it match dial-peer 991 99
Paul Cameron can you give me the answer here ?
Why do inbound calls, when number unknown or private match dial-peer 991 or 992 inbound as apposed to dial-peer 1000 or 3000.debug Isdn q931 and voip ccapi inout attatched at bottom of dial-peers
The sh voice call active brief says dial-peer 992 is being used on the pstn side.
So whats the chain of events how is the call matched inbound to dial-peer.
(Jan 16 22:45:05.805: cc_api_call_setup_ind calling number is null, answer addr dest pattern 99 e164_ans_addr 0 e164_dest_pattern 0 -->wheres this info fit in or MATCHED ? How does dial peer 991 get a match here when the number is null -nada -private as apposed to the other dial-peers what is more specific about 99 that it gets matched inbound from private number
Re: inbound call dial-peer match how does it match dial-peer 991
I'm obviously not Paul Cameron, although he's quite a fine chap!
I believe the answer is that unless there is a number match through a destination-pattern or other method, that an inbound call to an ISDN interface will match the first POTS dial-peer appearing in the configuration that contains the port number where the call arrived.
If you were to remove dial-peers 991 and 992 from the running config and then paste them back in again, dial-peers 1000 and 1100 would be used for these calls.
Note: I believe this can be overridden by using the incoming called-number . command on the pots-dial peer.
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