You know that the command output you show there doesn't necessary show you all the digits, right? There is limited space on that output to show characters and since you are dialing 19 digits they don't all fit on that line. So it may be that you are failing for another reason and not because you aren't sending all the digits. If you are using ISDN and you have the call going out tagged "National" you have to send the 011 before the number. That might be your problem.
You can use some debug commands to show you the digits you are dialing. Some of the ones I like are debug isdn q931 (if the circuit is ISDN or PRI). You can also use debug voice ccapi inout or debug voice dialpeer. Make sure you terminal monitor when you issue any of these three commands and then dial and you should see the digits you dial show up on the screen. If you have a PRI use the debug isdn q931 command first. Check for the type and see if you are sending National, International or Unknown.
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