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Dial-pattern problem.

As I can lower the time that is delayed in dialing when I have symbol T in destination pattern.

dial-peer voice 1 pots

trunkgroup fxos

description anexos-locales

destination-pattern 1..T

no digit-strip

!

dial-peer voice 10 pots

trunkgroup fxos

description local

destination-pattern 9.....T

no digit-strip

!

dial-peer voice 20 pots

trunkgroup fxos

description LLamados LDN

destination-pattern .....90[1-7].......

no digit-strip

prefix **

!

Thanks.

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Bronze

Re: Dial-pattern problem.

Hi,

If you are using CME, you can use the following command underneath telephony-service:

router(config-telephony)#timeouts interdigit ?

<2-120> seconds

If you have a regular h323 gateway, you need to use the following command underneatht he voice-port that is being used to dial outbound:

router(config-voiceport)#timeouts ?

call-disconnect Call Disconnect Timeout after Destination Hangs Up in seconds

initial Initial Timeout duration in seconds

interdigit Interdigit Timeout duration in seconds

ringing Ringing no answer timeout duration in seconds

wait-release Wait release timeout duration in seconds

router(config-voiceport)#timeouts interdigit ?

<0-120> seconds

This should resolve your issue.

Thanks,

Tony

New Member

Re: Dial-pattern problem.

Hello

To lower the time taken by symbol T which is by default 10 seconds

use commande "timeouts interdigit" the value is in seconds.

Take care that this also will affect the timing when the user is dialing the normal numbers.

Regards

Omar

Bronze

Re: Dial-pattern problem.

This maybe off subject but interested to know if your trunk group allocation works? would like to confirm they are FXO ports. Im wanting to achive the same thing using ISDN BRI. Conversation name

Thanks

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