I have setup AAR at a customer. They currently have 3 sites, each with an SRST router and PRI breakout.
There is a single centralized callManager cluster to which all of the phones register.
Currently, AAR works as expected. ie : When an inter-branch call is attempted, the rules of the allocated location B/W apply and rerouting externally occurs when the max calls are exceeded per location.
Problem comes in when a roaming (Extension Mobility) user from Site 1 logs into a phone at a remote site (Site 2).
All of the AAR settings on the phone configuration is setup for Site 2, but the users AAR group in the line configuration is configured for Site 1
The AAR does not function as it should due to the above fact i'll assume and the Bandwidth Exceeded message with a ringout tone occur.
As mentioned , AAR works normally if a user for Site 2 logs into a phone from Site 2 and the same applies to Site 1.
Can someone help as to what the best practise for AAR with EM is in this kind of scenario please ?
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