What I want is some way to configure at the end a line like this:
gw-type-prefix 11#3* gw ipaddr 172.16.117.1 1720
This way I can have a default gw-type-prefix for series 3* which connects to the central PBX (172.16.117.1 is central GW).
So, lets suppose I want to dial from 3105 to 3109 but 3109´s link is down. I want 3105 be able to reach a default peer on the central site and get a dial tone from there, so I still can call via PSTN to 3109. There's no need to configure number expansion on the routers, the PBX does that. Of course this only would work for remote offices.
I know routers choose the most specific match when multiple dial-peers are found, I´ve done this using ipv4 session targets on the dial-peers. The problem now is when I try to put my "default" line I get this error:
"Prefix 11#3* conflicts with existing gw-type-prefix or zone prefix."
Is it possible to do want I want? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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