Background - we have a many pilots around the country. I initially had a request that an Oncall Pilot be reachable at a specific DN and the forwarding from this DN would need to be changable by end users. I associated a DN with a CTI Route Point and then CCMUSER GUI was perfect. A pilot could login and change the forwarding to whatever cell phone they wanted implemented no problem. Yahoo. But then they wanted another permutation. They wanted it so that they could have four pilots be reachable in succession. So if Oncall Pilot A does not answer, ring Oncall Pilot B, and if not him Oncall Pilot C. B and C would likewise need to be changable. I suppose I could just create three DNs each associated with a CTI RP and a DN then forward one to the next. I can't use a hunt group because CTI Route Points and Hunt Groups appear not to mix. Might there be a better way to approach this? Thank you.
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It seems that when I tested hunt lines/groups with physical phones that the forwarding did not work as hoped. Should I be able to have line group member phones all forwarding calls to their respective cell phones when a call hits the pilot number?
Thanks much. Would love to know if I can enable mobility without a phone registered. But still interested if it only works with registered phones, they would just be sad and lonely never answered phones. :-)
Test: I added a phone copying a CIPC phone naming it randomly and associated it with a DN and associated this device with a user. Then I added a Remote Destination Profile and Remote Destination to the End User Configuration.
The call is just going to voice mail. Maybe I'm just missing a step. Any advice appreciated.
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