Client call 1 digit exten cause the server to return 484

I’ve made calls to exten 1 (or any 1 digit number) and asterisk return 484 every time. Is this my config error, or does asterisk not allow clients to call 1 digit?

This is asterisk cli log (debug 9):
debug_cli.txt (34.1 KB)
This is sip message content from client:
client_sip_message.txt (6.3 KB)
I’m using Asterisk 18.10 on Ubuntu Server 20.04.

Asterisk can handle one digit extensions. It’s just that you don’t seem to have a match in your dialplan for “1”, if I read your logs right.

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You need to provide your dialplan to be able to diagnose this beyond what has already been said. The dialplan would appear to include numbers starting with 1, but which are more than one digit long. Having numbers that are prefixes of other valid numbers is not normally a good idea.

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Here’s my dialplan:
dialplan.txt (2.8 KB)
This is the PJSIP endpoint: config
client_pjsip_enpoint.txt (11.1 KB)

Wierd!. Normally, the cli log will tell me if asterisk can’t find any exten for a call. But not this time.

I added _X! exten to the dialplan, and it works now. Thanks!
dialplan_2.txt (3.0 KB)

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