Overlapping Dial Plans
dial-peer voice 1 POTS
dial-peer voice 2 POTS
dial-peer voice 3 POTS
dial-peer voice 4 POTS
Most specific dial-peer wins…
If there is a tie however, ‘global hunting options’…
dial-peer hunt ?
0 = Default
0-7 of different options
- Allows you to hunt through multiple dial-peers
- More accurately called a rotary group
- Hunt Group commands:
Preference (Lower number preferred)
Digit Manipulation Commands
- Forward Digits (Right most digits)
- Prefix (Add digits on!)
- Num-exp (Change numbers that are dialed)
- Translation Rule
VOIP dial-peer with pref 1
POTS dial-peer with pref 2 +:
no digit-strip – disable digit stripping within dial-peer
prefix – 9602555
Gives us failover = Amazing!
num-exp 911 1102
Advanced approach to all of this is using Translation Rules.
**PSTN Carrier can strip digits as they present the DDIs to your ISDN circuit**
Translation Rules can lock this down to certain dial peers and also change CLI etc… Lots of features!!