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incoming called-number .*

Hi every body.

I got a question

" incoming called -number .*  "   My book says  . *  means the one or more instances of preceding digit.

Suppose we have a dial peer as shown below:

dial peer 60001 pot

incoming called-number .*

Will ani 12345 match the above dial peer?

will ani 1111 match the above dial peer?

thanks and have a great day.

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Hi Sarah,

Goodevening. Hope you had a great weekend :-)

AFAIK, the "incoming called-number" can be used to match all incoming calls, no matter what the called number is using all the three strings below:

a) . (single dot)

b) .* (single dot followed by asterisk)

c) .T (single dot followed by T)

Please refer to the command reference guide for this command which explains these strings:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/voice/command/reference/vr_i1.html#wp1112139

For the dialpeer you had, it would match dnis (called number), not ani. If both those examples were dnis numbers, it would match both.

HTH.

Regards,

Harmit.

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Hi Sarah,

Goodevening. Hope you had a great weekend :-)

AFAIK, the "incoming called-number" can be used to match all incoming calls, no matter what the called number is using all the three strings below:

a) . (single dot)

b) .* (single dot followed by asterisk)

c) .T (single dot followed by T)

Please refer to the command reference guide for this command which explains these strings:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/voice/command/reference/vr_i1.html#wp1112139

For the dialpeer you had, it would match dnis (called number), not ani. If both those examples were dnis numbers, it would match both.

HTH.

Regards,

Harmit.

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Thanks Harmit.

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In addition to great post from Harmit (+5), I always use the single "." variant.  Also, it is a good practice to have "incoming called-number ." on one POTS for each port or trunk group and one VOIP dial peer to control things like codec and other parameters.

HTH,

Chris