Hi Bob, I believe it doesn't matter where you have the dot, it's just a matter of digit matching. In the moment you hit one or more route patterns and/or translation patterns which all have "provide outside dial tone" set, you'll get the secondary dial tone.
I have these patterns in my lab all of them set to provide secondary dial tone and I get it after I dial 9: 9.1[2-9]XXXXXXXXX 9.[2-9]XXXXXX 9011.!# 911 Regards, Attila 2014-06-05 16:50 GMT+02:00 Bob Harman <b...@harman-revilla.com>: > > On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 8:23 PM, Ben John <benjoh...@hotmail.com> wrote: > >> 91.[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX >> 91.800[2-9]XXXXXX >> > > If the route patterns starting with "91." are set to provide secondary > dial tone, you won't ever get it after the first "9". Try disabling > secondary dial tone on those two route patterns, and then it should work > after the first 9. Or change those two patterns to have the dot after the > 9 instead of 91. > > .bob > > > _______________________________________________ > Free CCIE R&S, Collaboration, Data Center, Wireless & Security Videos :: > > iPexpert on YouTube: www.youtube.com/ipexpertinc >
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