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Dial Peer

Is there a way to create a list of numbers and assign that to a dial peer instead of creating a dial peer for each individual number?  Number are not in any sequence. 

Thanks,
Lee

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Dial Peer

A dial peer is like a routing table for voice.  Its like a one to one or one to many configuration.

If you want more than one number to be handled by a dialp peer, your option is to use  wildcards.

so say instead of configuring something like ( am typing from memory but you get the idea)

dial-peer 122 pots

destination pattern 12345

port 0/1

you can type

dial-peer 122 pots

destination pattern 1....  (four dots)

port 0/1

This will match practically anything starting with 1 and four digits after.

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Dial Peer

Thanks. I am aware of that.

Is there a way to do the following?

dial-peer 122 pots

destination pattern LIST

port 0/1

List

5412342345

6512345987

2346571253

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Dial Peer

There is no common starting variable in the numbers so the best you probably will be able to do is .T

So it will be something like

dial-peer 122 pots

destination pattern .T (This will match at least a number and more till you stop dialing or interdigit timeout)

port 0/1

and with pots if the end is expecting the "calling ID" which in this case I presume you will need if your dial-peer is pots, you want to make sure no digits are stripped.  So it will be something like

dial-peer 122 pots

destination pattern .T

port 0/1

no digit-strip or forward (number of digits)

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