We have an existing site that is part of our Cisco Voip Network as a branch office.
The existing site has it's own PRI that is used for local and LD when not using the internal Voip network for branch to branch calls.
There is an 800 number and a block of DIDs routed to the exitsing PRI and all this is working fine.
We will be moving this office to a new site next month and I want to make it a smooth seamless move.
I have a new PRI installed for the new office.
According to Verizon, I can just reroute the existing 800 number and DID numbers to the new PRI with no problem.
The existing router is going to be moved to the new location, so everything will stay the same at the branch office once the router has been moved.
Is there anything I need to be concerned with in doing something like this, or something I may have missed?
It seems too simple, like I have missed something.
Anything that could bite me and not have outside local and LD calls routed to the new branch on Monday?