The phantom DN's and cfwdall was what came to mind, but also thought about IPCC Express. This is me just thinking outside of the box. I have not tested it, but seems possible. You might be able to create a script in IPCC that could forward to one extension (Hunt Group) and set a timeout interveral and then go to anther extension that could be a route pattern over a intercluster trunk connection to the other cm cluster. Just a thought again I'm just thinking outside of the box. Its worth a try.
Thanks for the insight but we don't want the call going through IPCC. We have just decided to use a hunt group per location and not go across the trunk.
Creating the group though is giving me a headache. I have created a group-list-pilot. My issue is the configuration on the pilot concerning the hunt forward settings. I have set the maximum timer to 15 seconds and set the Forward Hunt no Answer and Forward Hunt Busy to an extension in CCM. I then have that extension cfwd all to VM. My issue is that after the timer expires it goes to a default call handler in Unity. I have looked at the config in unity specifying the default call transers. Its as if the extension is fowarding to unity but not giving unity a DN to transfer to.
Below is an excerpt from cisco
Ability to divert to a final forwarding location when a hunt list terminates, either through exhaustion or expiration of its maximum hunt timer. This location may be a dialed number (voicemail pilot, another hunt pilot, a route pilot, or any allowed dialed number) or a checkbox to select personal treatment based on settings for the original called party's line.
After banging my head against the wall for a while, I took a break and came back. I changed the Forward Hunt no Answer and Forward Hunt Busy to the Hunt Pilot of the VM Ports. I then changed the subscriber VM box in Unity to the extension of my pilot and voila...It worked!
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