CME - Possible to have multiple hops for Toll Bypass TEHO ?
Quick question for you guys. I have a remote site CME in Asia and would like to be able to call US extensions through CCM clusters in the US. Currently the CME is registered as an ICT trunk in the main US CCM (lets call it CCM1). CCM1 also has ICT connections to CCM2 and CCM3 clusters at other locations in the US.
What they want to do is have the CME dial an office code plus the 10 digit US number and have it routed to the correct place through the main CCM1 cluster....even if it means sending the call to CCM2 cluster or CCM3 cluster.
Is this possible to have multiple hops like this? Do you see any errors that might occur in this scenario?
The other option is to have the CME register with each cluster; The reason why they do not want to do this is that they want the only changes to happen to be at the main CCM1 cluster.
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