Thanks Java. Im looking at it and have some what an idea.
Take a look at my steps:
Create AAR Group
Create AAR CS/PT
Create Translation Pattern for translating site code to PSTN
Reorder the PT in the CSS so the AAR CSS for translations is lower. (meaning the line will first try the Route Pattern to the WAN, if no luck, go to next pattern in the CSS which is the AAR Translation pattern)
Im playing with the called party transform mask to make this work.
To make matters more confusion, I have a remote location, that is the first of many of this cluster. All site codes will go through one h323 gateway, then off to other h323 sites PBX. So Im not sure if RSVP will work with this correct? Im wondering if I should simply not use AAR and CAC and just use CSS/PT, translations and Route patterns to accomplish this correct?
Thanks for the reply, I will take a look more at the SRND again.
Though, looking at this setup, because the calls are primarily going through an h323 gateway to get to another site, if the site's wan is down or the primary h323 gateway is down, but the phones are connected to CUCM, i had to make a work around.
Basically what I did was I created a Route pattern for each site, then create a route group for each site. Created a route list.
In the route list, I put in the H323 gateway as first try. Next try is the Route list that had the local PRI in it and transformed the number to it's PSTN number. This seem to work fine during our tests. Of course, it's a pain, but the customers requirements to have this was critical.
If all my sites were on CUCM, built it out with locations, regions, RVSP, etc... then AAR would work..... but being that RVSP can not calculate bandwidth with h323 (without a gatekeeper), then I back to the basics.
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