I've found this around changing the interdigit timeout values on dial-peers / PSTN connections but I'm not sure how it interacts with overlap sending etc, and changing it and testing isn't practical as we don't want to risk affecting users until we are sure.
Our dial peers are configured with :
If I add an interdigit timout to the E1 interface, I assume that PSTN inbound callers will have X Number of seconds to enter more digits after the last 0 - so if i set this to 5 or 6 that should be a reasonable amount of time to allow them to dial?
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