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Secondry Dialtone in CME

Hello guys,

is it possible to use * or # before dialing (secondry dialtone), instead of 9 or does it have to be a number?

Thanks,

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Secondry Dialtone in CME

Well, you can enter the command but how are you going to match your dial-peer based on *, which is a wildcard character?

I guess if your other CME extensions begin with * this would be OK, or if you plan on using translation rules applied to the dial-peer this might work.

Chris

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Re: Secondry Dialtone in CME

Thanks Chris,

This is what I am planning to modify in order to replace 9 with * for outgoing calls

telephony-service

secondary-dialtone *

dial-peer voice 10 pots

description local calls

destination-pattern *[2-9].........

port 0/0/0

forward-digits 10

Thanks,

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Secondry Dialtone in CME

I just tested it and it works fine.

HTH,

Chris

New Member

Re: Secondry Dialtone in CME

Chris,

I changed the config as mentioned above but I get busy tone as soon as I dial the first digit after *. Could you please let me what I am doing wrong?

Thanks,

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Secondry Dialtone in CME

Couple of things: your dial-peer is

*[2-9]......... should't it be *1[2-9].........

Also, make sure that the port you're referencing is up and running.Perghaps replace it with 9.

Also, if it still fails post "debug voice dialpeer"

Chris

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