What is dial peer preference?
The dial peer attribute destination-pattern has different behavior when applied to inbound or outbound call legs: For inbound dial peers, the destination-pattern is matched against the calling number (ANI string). For outbound dial peers, the destination-pattern is matched against called number (DNIS string).
What is dial peer in Cisco?
Dial Peer Overview Configuring dial peers is the key to implementing dial plans and providing voice services over an IP packet network. Dial peers are used to identify call source and destination endpoints and to define the characteristics applied to each call leg in the call connection.
What happens if there is no matching dial peer for an outbound call?
If no incoming dial peer matches the calling number, the inbound call leg automatically matches to a default dial peer (POTS or VoIP).
How does dial peer work?
Another command used with dial peers is destination-pattern. The destination pattern is used to associate a dial string with a particular telephony device. The call is routed when a dialed string matches a destination pattern. The POTS or VoIP voice port configuration determines the way the call is routed.
What is destination pattern 9T?
The router pauses to collect additional dialed digits. For example destination-pattern 9T matches the digit 9 followed by zero or more digits- it will route the call only after the expiry of the inter-digit timeout.
What is incoming called number?
Use incoming called-number to configure a called number string for a voice entity to match incoming calls. Use undo incoming called-number to restore the default.
How do I check my dial-peer status?
You can test your dial-peer with the command show dialplan number xxxphone numberxxx. If the call is active you can check used dial-peer with the command show voice call status. Regard.
What are call legs?
A call leg is a logical connection that has local significance only to the voice gateway where the dial-peer is matched. All VoIP calls must match both an inbound dial-peer and an outbound dial-peer. The inbound dial-peer match corresponds to an inbound call leg.
Why is dial peer used?
Dial peers are used to configure dial plans and to identify call source and destination endpoints. They also define each call leg in the call connection. Dial peers are a critical component of VoIP.
Which of the following digit manipulation commands will work under a VoIP dial peer?
Understanding the CME Dial-Plan CH06
|Which of the following digit manipulation commands will work under a VoIP dial peer?||translation-profile|
|What is the final method used by a router to match an inbound dial peer for incoming calls?||Using dial peer 0|
Which of the following digit manipulation commands will work under a VoIP dial-peer?
What are dial peer wildcards?
These wildcards are most often used when creating dial plans for PSTN access….Using Dial Peer Wildcards.
|phone keypad. For example, 20.. matches any number from|
|2000 through 2099.|
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|example, 5+23 matches 5523, 55523, 555523, and so on. This|
What is the dial peer command?
This dial peer command defines the POTS voice port through which calls to this dial peer are placed. The three call setup elements are: This is the call destination dial string and is derived from the ISDN setup message or channel associated signaling (CAS) DNIS.
How do I forward a dial peer call?
On POTS dial peers, the port command is then used to forward the call. On Voice-Network dial peers, the session target command is then used to forward the call.
How does dial peer matching work with DNIS?
First, the router or gateway attempts to match the called number of the call setup request with the configured incoming called-number of each dial peer. Because call setups always include DNIS information, it is recommended to use the incoming called-number command for inbound dial peer matching.
What is a default dial peer 0?
If no incoming dial peer is matched by the router or gateway, the inbound call leg is automatically routed to a default dial peer (POTS or Voice-Network). This default dial peer is referred to as dial-peer 0 or pid:0.