With Cisco Mobility in CM 6+ you can have a User associated with a Desk Phone and a Remote Destination (Cell Phone). If you initiate a call on the desk phone, once established, you can use the mobility key to pass the call to the cell phone. The call path remains through the Cm so you can take the call back by hanging up on the cell phone.
I hope you are doing well, well that's correct that if you receive a call on your desk phone that call will also be received on your cell-phone. You can also toggle between the two phones according to your availibility.
Please refer to the doccument below that i have created, i hope that it helps
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