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    Default "incoming called-number " command

    does the command
    Code:
    incoming called-number 1000
    sends all voice calls to extention 1000 ?

    is it just like the
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    connection plar 1000
    command under an fxo port which sends calls to extention 1000?
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    They're two different things, PLAR will automatically ring the extension when the line is active where incoming called-numer will associate dialed digits to a dial-peer that may not follow your numbering plan (say when using the E.164 address mapped to the internal 4 digit plan)
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    I still don't get it
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    Try configuring PLAR on a T1 interface, it should prove to be interesting. Called number lets you forward the call to the correct dial peer assuming it isn't on an FXO interface where there can only be one called number (in that case ity do function the same)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtlokee
    Try configuring PLAR on a T1 interface, it should prove to be interesting. Called number lets you forward the call to the correct dial peer assuming it isn't on an FXO interface where there can only be one called number (in that case ity do function the same)
    can the command be used separately or it has to be used together with other commands?
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