Dial-peer matching

Posted: June 17, 2006 by cciestudy in Cisco General

It follows the longest match rule first and then preference. In this example, if you dial 2001, dial-peer 10 will be matched first (longest match + preference 1) and then dial-peer 11 (longest match + preference 2) and then dial-peer 11 (next best match)

dial-peer voice 10 voip
preference 1
destination-pattern 2001
voice-class h323 1
session target ipv4:10.100.1.51
ip qos dscp cs3 signaling
!
dial-peer voice 11 voip
preference 2
destination-pattern 2001
voice-class h323 1
session target ipv4:10.100.1.51
!
dial-peer voice 12 voip
destination-pattern 200.
session target ipv4:10.100.1.50

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Comments
  1. JCC says:

    Correction Last dial-peer should be 12 in your explanation.

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