Two Gatekeepers (also acting as gateways). I have two Voice Browsers as well. I have each Voice Browser pointing to a seperate Gatekeeper. Is this the recommended setup? Both Gatekeepers/Gateways are in the same location so the Voice Browsers are registered to the same zone. Gateways register with 1#, VB with 2#, and CallManager with 3#. In the CallManager Cluster I have two Trunks Setup with Two Gatekeepers. Each Trunk/Gatekeeper talks to its respective GW/GK. Inbound calls obviously come in to CVP through the Gateway, but for IP Phone > CVP Calls I have Route Patterns setup that have a Route List assigned to it that point two the Gatekeepers, is that correct also? Lastly, I have SetSigDigits set to "1" and that is why I have a translation rule to prepend 3 to the DNIS that goes to CVP. That way calls from CVP to agents or external transfers CVP will automatically prepend 3# which correlates to CallManager and CM in turn strips the 3# and sends the call accordingly. As you can see I have dial-peer 400 and 401 setup on the GW/GK with each pointing to a seperate Voice Browser. If you have the time to take a look, could you take a look at the attached configs for the GW/GK's...anything you see blatantly incorrect at this point?
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