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To: KETAN PATEL , i have not cco account, can not get access to that url

can not read that url, help me,

thanks !

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Re: To: KETAN PATEL , i have not cco account, can not get access

Answers in line ---

dial-peer voice 1 voip

destination-pattern 555

session target ipv4:10.10.1.1

dial-peer voice 2 voip

destination-pattern 5551212

session target ipv4:10.10.1.2

if in "two stage dialing" , the dialed string "5551212" will match peer 1

because of the "digit-by-digit" nature, am I right?

if in "DID" mode, dialed string "5551212" will match peer 2, because of the

"longest match rull". am I right?

****In this case when you dial 5551212 it will only match the first 3 digits and the routers will try to place call..

The second question you are correct

The third question "$" never seen used in dial-peer..have a look at the link below should be external. No mention of "$" being used in dial-peer as regular expression.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121newft/121t/121t1/dt0390s7.htm

4. When the call is coming from PSTN, if it's in "two-stage-dialing" the number

collecting is "digit-by-digit". if it's in "DID" mode the whole dialed number

is used to match the outbound dial-peer, am I right ?

But if the call is coming from ip network, how is the number collected ?

is it "digit-by-digit" or "the whole number used" ?

*** When the call is coming from IP side the called number comes in a setup message as whole number..

Hope this helps..

Ketan

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