Configuring Overlap receiving on the D-channel changes the way routers behave when receiving ISDN calls. The router will respond to the setup message with a SETUP ACK. This informs the network that it is ready to receive further information messages containing additional call routing elements. "Unallocated/unassigned number" problem occurs when the destination number used in the dial peer is not of the same length as the called number being received. This type of dial plan will work without problems in En bloc mode, but with Overlap receiving the router, it will try to place the call after enough digits have been received to match the destination number. In this case, after the 5 has been received. To prevent this from occurring the "T" terminator should be placed after the digits in the destination pattern. This causes the router to wait for the T302 timer to expire after each digit's reception, allowing the full number to be collected before placing the call.
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you probably need the command 'direct-inward-dial' on the POTS dial peer 123456. This will tell the router to use the called number in the setup message or subsequent IE's and make the match on other dial peers.
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