I am working on a CME 8.6 system that is deployed in Brazil. Recently brazil has made a change to add an additional number in their cell phone numbers. When we try to call them the phone system drops the final digit we dial, even though the system has the dial peers for both the old and new patterns. Has anyone ever seen this type of behavior before?
Sorry for the delayed reply.
Can you share the results of
show dialplan number 001532985086413
The dial-peer being matched in your "debug_voice_ccapi_inout.txt" file is dial-peer 55 which would appear to be the incorrect dial-peer.
Called Number=00153298508641(TON=Unknown, NPI=Unknown), Calling Translated=FALSE,
Subscriber Type Str=RegularLine, FinalDestinationFlag=FALSE, Outgoing Dial-peer=55, Call Count On=FALSE,
A couple items for you:
1. Are you using en-bloc dialing or off-hook dialing?
2. Can you please attach a "debug voice dialpeer" as requested by Mohammed al Baqari?
I don't think that the debug dialpeer was running successfully. As "debug dialpeer" has been deprecated.
rt073001#debug dialpeer This CLI command is now 'debug voip dialpeer all'
This is what a "show debug" looks like when a "debug voice dialpeer" all is active.
VGW#debug voice dialpeer
voip dialpeer default debugging is on
debug voip dialpeer error call is ON (filter is OFF)
debug voip dialpeer error software is ON
debug voip dialpeer inout is ON (filter is OFF)
Can you please run a "debug voice dialpeer" and post the results again? You can use the "show debug" command to confirm that the correct debug is running.