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"+ " sign in VoIP

Hi All,

Does anybody know the "+ " sign in the "destination-pattern " in VoIP command? I saw a doc of cisco yesterday that use router 1 and router 2 as a VoIP example as follow:

PSTN--R2--R1--FXS

in R1 use "dial-peer voice 1 voip"and R2 use "dial-peer voice 1 pots ". and the destination-patten in R1 is 1408 and in R2 is +1408. Why in R2 add a "+ " sign? I used to work in telecom and in telecom the "+ " means an IDD prefix. Does it have a different meaning in VoIP of cisco? Can anybody give me idea? Thank You!

Waimen

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Re: "+ " sign in VoIP

The + sign does have a significance in Cisco VOIP. It means that the preceding digit repeats one or more times.

Check this link for instance

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fvvfax_c/vvfpeers.htm

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