I'm having little luck finding information on adding entries to the Route Table in Cisco SIP Proxy (8.5). I understand how to add a basic entry but what I really need to know is what wildcards are available to be used for the Key entries? Would these be the same as wildcards in IOS dial peers? If so, is there something that explicitly states this? Hopefully I'm just overlooking something obvious in the guide. Any help is appreciated!
I understand you are talking about "Local Static Routes" on the SIP tab of the CVP Call Server Configuration.
From the CVP OAMP page, on the Help menu you can find information about the content of the page where you are, Help -> This Page.
This is taken from CVP 8.0, but you should have something similar for 8.5:
Use the period (.) or the X character for single-digit wildcard matching in any position.
Use the greater than (>), asterisk (*), or exclamation (!) character as a wildcard for 0 or more digits at the trailing end of a DN.
Do not use the character T for wildcard matching
Pattern matching is applied from top to bottom of a list of DNs, with the result being the first match in the list, even if a more specific pattern would match further down the list.
Exact pattern matches take precedence over wildcard matches, regardless of the position of the DN in the list.
Hi can any one tell me how to exit from this local domain..
I need to configure from normal hostname such as CUSPMOD1# is there any possible command to acheive this..
Thanks in advance