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How can I use ?#?to creat a dial-peer?

I want creat a outgoing dial-peer,if user press 9#+telnum,he can send telnum out directly.

And I do:

!

voice translation-rule 101

rule 1 /^9#\(.*\)/ /\1/

voice translation-profile 101-out

translate called 101

dial-peer voice 1008 pots

translation-profile outgoing 101-out

destination-pattern #T

port 0/0/0:15

!

But it cannot work,it said "your call cannit be completed",why?

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Re: How can I use ?#?to creat a dial-peer?

Arnold,

The default dial terminating character is #, so when the router sees the # it stops collecting digits and routes the call.

You can use a different character(maybe *)or change the terminating character.

dial-peer terminator *

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Dave

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