I'm curious how this would be done. The scenario is that I have a branch office with approx. 50 people. In the event of circuit failure, I would like to configure the SRST to ring a specific order of phones through my FXO ports - let's just say ten for discussion's sake. Is this as simple as the following?
alias 1 XXXX to 1111
alias 2 XXXX to 1112
alias 3 XXXX to 1113... and so on through alias 10
If not, how would I achieve the above requirement?
I suppose it would be useful to see the rest of the SRST config already on the router:
call-manager-fallback secondary-dialtone 9 max-conferences 8 gain -6 transfer-system full-consult timeouts interdigit 6 ip source-address 10.1.1.1 port 2000 max-ephones 50 max-dn 192 system message primary Primary Link Down system message secondary Primary Link Down transfer-pattern .... voicemail 93039871111 moh BeStillMyLove.ulaw.wav multicast moh 188.8.131.52 port 16384 route 10.1.1.1 10.1.50.1 time-zone 6
Would adding the previously mentioned alias commands provide the functionality I'm after?
With just SRST you cannot, you need CME-as-SRST for this.
SRST Fallback Mode Using Cisco Unified CME
This feature enables routers to provide call-handling support for Cisco Unified IP phones if they lose connection to remote primary, secondary, or tertiary Cisco Unified Communications Manager installations or if the WAN connection is down. When Cisco Unified SRST functionality is provided by Cisco Unified CME, provisioning of phones is automatic and most Cisco Unified CME features are available to the phones during periods of fallback, including hunt-groups, call park and access to Cisco Unity voice messaging services using SCCP protocol. The benefit is that Cisco Unified Communications Manager users will gain access to more features during fallback without any additional licensing costs.
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