Is the provider only sending you 3 digits (886 for example)? You will need the direct-inward-dial command on your 2 inbound dial peers (88601 and 88602), but not on your outbound dial peers (85201 and 85202)
Take a look at the difference between incoming called-number and destination-patter in the link below. Incoming called-number matches DNIS and is used for inbound dial peers. Destination-pattern matches ANI on inbound dial peers and DNIS on outbound dial peers and is generally used for outbound dial peers.
886. would indicate a 4 digit number starting with 886. If you want to include any number starting with 886, you can use 886T. If you want to include any incoming number, you can use "incoming called-number ." Also, you will still need an outbound dial peer to match for this pattern.
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