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    Arrow CME dial plan: Using Wildcards

    Hi networkers,
    in CCNA Voice 640-461 official cert guide, on page 126, Jeremy listed the wildcards one can use with the destination pattern command. The caret ^ means "does not begin with". However, I read about voice translation profiles, and it is said that the caret ^ means "begins with".

    Are these two different kinds of wildcards? or could it be a typo in the official guide?
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    Different commands, different usage......it would be nice if Cisco were consistent, but....

    For the destination-pattern command, the caret usually sits in [], and means excludes these numbers.
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