Dial Peers in CUBE
A dial peer is a static routing table, mapping phone numbers to interfaces or IP addresses.
A call leg is a logical connection between two routers or between a router and a VoIP endpoint. A dial peer is associated or matched to each call leg according to attributes that define a packet-switched network, such as the destination address.
Voice-network dial peers are matched to call legs based on configured parameters, after which an outbound dial peer is provisioned to an external component using the component's IP address. For more information, refer to the Dial Peer Configuration Guide.
Dial-peer matching can also be done based on the VRF ID associated with a particular interface. For more information, see Inbound Dial-Peer Matching Based on Multi-VRF.
In CUBE, dial peers can also be classified as LAN dial peers and WAN dial peers based on the connecting entity from which CUBE sends or receives calls.
A LAN dial peer is used to send or receive calls between CUBE and the Private Branch Exchange (PBX)—a system of telephone extensions within an enterprise. Given below are examples of inbound and outbound LAN dial peers.
A WAN dial peer is used to send or receive calls between CUBE and the SIP trunk provider. Given below are examples of inbound and outbound WAN dial peers.