Configuring a Single Dialed Number to Route Calls to a Group of IP Phones
We have few Cisco IP phone extension. We are using call manager 9.
The main number is 32900, I want to configure all the phones ring at the same time if someone calls to any one of those number.
It worked well for one single dialed number, in this case 32900, to route calls to all other phones ring altogether. But how can I configure the same call route to a group of phones. So anyone calling from a different number to 32900 or 32901 or 32902, or 32903 should ring all four phones.
The standard way to do this would be to make 32900 a Hunt Group. You'd have to give the phone that has 32900 a new number, though.
Go to CCMAdmin -> Call Routing -> Route/Hunt. Start by creating a Line Group. Then create a Hunt Group that contains your newly created Line Group. Finally, create a Hunt Pilot that points to your new Hunt Group.
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