I have a question say if two dial-peer commands(see below) configured on a voice-enabled router, when the router receives digits which order it will use? According to the order of dial-peer commands in the config or some other mechanism?
With this config if I dial "10001" will the first dial-peer translate the session target to RAS, instead of router with IP 126.96.36.199?
That's almost correct. If you think about what you said then what would happen if a user called 10002. According to your logic the call would route to 188.8.131.52 just because the second digit happened to match.
You are correct in stating closest match, therefore what should happen is the router will not make a routing decision until it can be sure that the destination can be decided, so it will wait until it has a minimum of 5 digits, then route accordingly, 10001 to 184.108.40.206 anything else to RAS
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