how an incoming dial peer matches on cme

Hello, 

I have a doubt about incoming dialpeer matching on a cme router , In my CME router I have configured incoming called number .  command on  POTS dialpeer 1 to match calls coming from PSTN .  If I make a call from my IP phone which incoming dial peer will be matched , is it the dial peer 1 or dial-peer 20001 (which is created dynamically ) ?

 

 

regards

Aneesh

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  • Hi,

    If you are dialing from an IP phone calls another IP phone for sure the dynamic dial-peer will match - the POTS dial-peer has nothing to do here. If call is coming from PSTN then the POTS incoming dial-peer will match.

    HTH.

    On Dec 7, 2012 9:12 AM, "aneesh" <[email protected]> wrote:

    Hello, 

    I have a doubt about incoming dialpeer matching on a cme router , In my CME router I have configured incoming called number .  command on  POTS dialpeer 1 to match calls coming from PSTN .  If I make a call from my IP phone which incoming dial peer will be matched , is it the dial peer 1 or dial-peer 20001 (which is created dynamically ) ?

     





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  • Thanks for the replay . but dynamic dial peers are  also consider as POTS dialpeers .  then how the selection of incoming dialpeer is working here ?

     

    regards 

    Aneesh

     

  • Because the dynamic dial-peers are created with exact match. Have you tried 'debug voip dialpeer inout'? It will give you clear picture of the possible dial peer to be matched and finally the exact dial peer matching.

    On Dec 7, 2012 1:28 PM, "aneesh" <bounce-aneesh[email protected]> wrote:

    Thanks for the replay . but dynamic dial peers are  also consider as POTS dialpeers .  then how the selection of incoming dialpeer is working here ?

     

    regards 

    Aneesh

     





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