Is there a way to set up the routing so that only when the phone is unreachable it is forwarded to e.g. GSM. I don't want no answer option and I tried no coverage but this wouldn't work. So if anybody knows, please help...
Destination-This setting specifies the directory number to which an internal nonconnected call is forwarded when an application that controls that directory number fails. Use any dialable phone number, including an outside destination."
I checked CSS here but still getting that it cannot be forwarded. As I understand it this option should do it, if the phone fails (isn't registered) it should be forwarded.
you're not getting what this does (don't worry, i had the same issue until i did the CIPT exam)
the no coverage feature is set for the following scenario:
you have CFNA to a hunt pilot or pilot point, the call hunts thru all of the elements and turns out the final action is to go back to the same phone. if the phone does not answer instead of going in an infinite loop (actually not infinite, by default 12 hops max) if you configure the CF no coverage it will be used to route the call
that's why it says "when an application that controls that directory number fails"
what you're looking for is CF unregistered which is available in CUCM 4.2(x) and 6.x
CFA does the trick if it was set before the phone goes unregistered as far as i remember
Thanks a lot for the explanation, I suspected I was getting something wrong. So If I am running 5.1, there is no really way to set up the unregistered phone to be forwarded somewhere. CFA is not really a good option since it forwards always which I don't want.
I have tried to use CFWDNA Internal and CFWDNA External thinking that one would cause internal VoIP calls to be sent one way and external service provider calls to be sent another way, but it did not work.
Does anyone know how this feature works and if there are other ares of CCM that need to be configured to use it?
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