'90.........' and '9T' are both valid matches for 901234567891, so it depends how CM sent the call.
With H323 & SIP from CM, it will send all the digits enbloc (all at once). If you're getting matches for a length of something like 9 + 11 (or more) digits on the 1420 peer, than likely one of these things is occurring:
* CM is popping the T302 interdigit timer and routing the call before it should out the 9 + 10 digit pattern as a 9 + 10 digit number.
* CM is matching a pattern of 9 + 10 digits that has 'urgent priority checked' so that pattern gets matched before the 11+ digit has a chance
This is true unless you have overlap sending configured on the route pattern, which will change behavior on both CM and IOS quite a bit in regards to dial-peer matching.
Get 'debug voip ccapi inout' and detailed CM traces and it would shed more light on what's occurring.
Question: Have the phone connected and can ring out-but no sound coming from the handset - analog home phone - phone makes connection and pick up at the other end is ok. Can you help?
Question: Have the phone connected and can ring out-but no sound coming from the handset - analog home phone - phone makes connection and pick up at the other end is ok. Can you help?Answer
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This document applies to NCS5500 and ASR9000 routers and has been verified as such.
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