I'm looking for help with call routing / dial-peers. Seems my dial-peer config should be simple but there is something I'm just not understanding from the docs. I'm trying to split one PRI into two PRIs. This is something that an Adtran Atlas is current doing for me which I want to ditch. Eventually I want to do more with the calls on the router but not right now. My simple diagram is:
-----> (s1) Network PRI (510 123 45xx) / |-----------| (s0) PRI from telco ---->| Router | |-----------| \ -----> (s2) Network PRI (510 123 46xx)
I want to route calls in all directions (based only on called number) eg from the telco to either of the two network PRIs and from either of the network PRIs to each other or the telco. My physical PRIs are configured fine and do work. Since this only involves pure telco dialing, a "9" doesn't mean anything special but I do want 911, 411 etc to work. Could someone propose an example set of dial-peer entries for me?
Thanks Felipe. This gave me confidence to figure out my issues. The only major thing I needed to add to your example was the "direct-inward-dial" setting but other than that, these were great examples for me. Thanks again.
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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