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Voip Inbound routing with dialed number

We need to route calls to severall ATA gateways. The calls are received in a 2600 with E1 ISDN PRI pstn port. The ATA and the 2600 gateways are registered with a Cisco gatekeeper. We need to route based on the dialed number. What should be the dial-peer configuration in the 2600s to achieve this?

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Re: Voip Inbound routing with dialed number

The incoming DNIS from the PRI will be sent to the gatekeeper if it matches on the VOIP dial peer, and if the ATA's are configured for this number range then they should ring. You may need to translate the incoming DNIS to what the ATAs are expecting. Get a 'debug ISDN q931' log and check the called number, if necessary add a translation rule to convert this into the correct range the ATAs are expecting.

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Re: Voip Inbound routing with dialed number

The incoming DNIS from the PRI will be sent to the gatekeeper if it matches on the VOIP dial peer, and if the ATA's are configured for this number range then they should ring. You may need to translate the incoming DNIS to what the ATAs are expecting. Get a 'debug ISDN q931' log and check the called number, if necessary add a translation rule to convert this into the correct range the ATAs are expecting.

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