The Unity Connection and SRST Router are at one site and Cisco Call Manager is another site. If WAN goes down, the IP Phones would regsiter with the local SRST, but how would the Unity Connection work? Would local users in SRST site be able to use the UNity Connection?
Thanks, I found some good doc on how to do it. One issue I am facing right now is at the remote site I have a translation rule that translated the DIDs to 4 digit numbers, then the voip dial peer send the call to CUCM at the central site and the phone rings.
When I introduce CME config at the remote site, while the phone say ext 4000 is still registered with CUCM at HQ (WAN is up). If i call the DID of ext 4000, it matches the ephone-dn for that extension instead of the voip dial peer to CUCM. Consequently, the caller get Unity Message and the extension does not ring.
How do i work around this. tried higher preference on the ephone-dn, but no luck. I guess closest digits match first before wild card 4...
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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