I've inherited system that has 3 sites, 2 in the US and one in the UK. I need to setup some failover in case the voice ciruit in the UK goes down, but I'm unsure on how to do it really. My main concern is I don't want it dialing internationally unless there is a failover situation due to the high cost of international calls. The sites are all using SIP trunking, and I'm on CUCM 8.5.1.
So my thoughts are this, if someone could just confirm or steer me in the right direction, I would appreciate it. If I create a seperate partition with the international call routes on them, and put them on the UK CSS at the bottom, would that work? Thanks.
Ah thanks for the help. I haven't played with route lists or groups so this will take some planning. There's plenty of route lists and groups already setup but they all look like they are setup for the old PRIs they used to have here and all the route patterns are tied to the SIP trunks directly.
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