We have a 3800 Series ISR that is a gateway to a CCM cluster. The CCM <--> ISR integration is via a SIP trunk.
On the ISR, we have a HD FXS module. I have wired 8 ports to a fax server. I need to configure these 8 ports as a circular hunt group.
Currently I have the voice-ports defined, the POTS dial-peers defined. I am unsure of how to specify the hunt pilot (a DID) and hunt group because this ISR is not running CME and because the POTS dial-peers are not part of the CCM dial plan. I started down the road of keeping the calls entirely within the ISR by hairpinning from the incoming PRI to the FXS ports.
Well, you have few choices. The better one is to have the FXS port to be SCCP controlled by CCM, this way you will be able to use the hunt features of CCM still treating each port as individual, have CDR, etc.
The other is that you configure the voice-ports to belong an hunt-group, that you reference instead of port under a single DP. That does not require CME to be run.
In all cases, the RTP stream will be hairpinned for pri->fxs calls.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.