UCM Longest Match Routing question
I'm reading through the CIPT1 Cisco Book and have come across a statement that contradicts what Mark Snow stated in his CIPT1 Dian Plan video, I was hoping someone could clear up the concept so I have the most correct thought process of how this works.
Ok so if you have the CIPT1 8.0 book, the example is on page 241.
It states the dial string as 1311<timeout>
1XX - Possible 100-digit matches
(Should this be 200 possible digit strings?)
13[0-4]X - Possible 10-digit matches
(Should this be 50 possible digit strings?)
13! - Possible infinite matches
(However since only 4 digits were dialed, should this be 100 possible strings?)
With Marks' example in the video I was under the impression the correct digit string values are in the parenthesis above, however the books example states otherwise.
Any clarity or additional examples help, thank you!