If you have call manager (CUCM) cluster at each side then just you need to have route patterns and ICT trunk at both sites. You may need transcoder and hw conference resources if you apply G729 codec or any other compressed codec for these trunks.
When adding ICT trunk and new route pattern then you dont need to restart anything.
I think, you may use locations in CUCM to control the bandwidth but someone needs to confirm.
It's unclear from your post if you have 2 separate CUCM clusters or simple a remote sites hanging of off centralized CUCM cluster. If 2 separate clusters as already answered build a SIP trunk between the systems and point route patterns --> route list --> route group --> SIP trunk.
If this is one cluster simply build internal dial plan i.e. translation patterns to route calls accordingly.
Just use a SIP trunk between the clusters. All you have to do is reset the SIP Trunk after adding it. Make sure to add all of the nodes for each cluster in the Destination section so you can account for the incoming calls coming from any node on the other cluster.
You can use locations-based CAC for bandwidth control or you could use RSVP.
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