Is there a way of forwarding calls to a single destination when there is no match on the destination pattern? Sort of a default route for voice calls. There's no call manger involved, just 2600's with FXS/FXO modules.
I find a dial-peer destination pattern of just a "T", (no dot "." required) works well. Don't forget you have hit "#" after dialing your phone number when you use a "T", if you don't want to wait the extra 10seconds after dialing the last digit. This signals to the router that you have no more digits to enter.
Does anyone know if there is any disadvatage using just the "T", it looks good to me.
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