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HOLGER HAHN
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SPA-2102: IP dialing problem with digit repetition in dial plan

Calls to 5 digit numbers starting with 94 should go to gateway 10.52.10.188 !

Calls to numbers with different lenght starting with 0 should go to gateway 10.52.10.162 ! (for outside calls to our PSTN voice gateway)

I enabled IP dialing and configured this dial plan:

(94xxx<:@10.52.10.188>|0xx.<:@10.52.10.162>)

Calls to 94xxx are routed, calls to 0x(xxxx..) are only routed if I dial a # at the end.

Here are the tested call with the corespondenting debugs:

!! Dialing 94566 -> OK (Dial Plan 94xxx<:@10.52.10.188> matched) !!

2011-01-04 16:17:09    Local3.Debug    10.52.14.251    [0]Off Hook
2011-01-04 16:17:14    Local2.Debug    10.52.14.251    Calling:94566@10.52.10.188:0

!! Dialing 0123456# -> OK (Dial Plan 0xx.<:@10.52.10.162> matched) !!

2011-01-04 16:17:39    Local3.Debug    10.52.14.251    [0]Off Hook
2011-01-04 16:17:45    Local2.Debug    10.52.14.251    Calling:0123456@10.52.10.162:0

!! Dialing 0123456 (without #)  -> not OK (Dial Plan 0xx.<:@10.52.10.162> should match) !!

2011-01-04 16:20:19    Local3.Debug    10.52.14.251    [0]Off Hook
2011-01-04 16:20:27    Local2.Debug    10.52.14.251    Calling:0123456@:0

After Interdigit Long Timer expires it seems that the call is routed to something like "Null0".

The description of the Interdigit Long Timer says that is is for a incomplete match but after I dialed 0 and at least one other digit the dial plan should match.

Any ideas?

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