You issue the show running-config command on a CME router and receive the following partial output:
Examine the output, and use the information you gather to answer the question.
How long can the user pause between digits before CME will attempt to dial? (Select the best answer.)
- two seconds
- four seconds
- six seconds
- eight seconds
- 10 seconds
The user can pause up to 10 seconds between digits dialed before Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CME) will attempt to dial because no other interdigit delay has been configured on the router. The dial peer command destination-pattern .T is used to indicate any string of up to 32 digits. The T character is used at the end of a string to instruct the router to wait for the complete dial string to be entered before matching a call to a dial peer. By default, CME will wait up to 10 seconds for the user to dial a digit after a key has been pressed.
You can change the CME interdigit delay value for IP phones connected to CME by issuing the timeouts interdigit seconds command in telephony-service configuration mode, where seconds is the number of seconds CME should wait between key presses before attempting to route the call. The seconds value can be in the range from two through 10. The interdigit delay value for CME plain old telephone service (POTS) phones can be configured in voice port configuration mode.