yes, call control is kept local if SRST kicks in. otherwise call control goes to the CUCM server if WAN is OK. what you're looking for is CME on that site to keep everything local, or, depending on the number of phones, another CUCM server.
ya, i understand that call control becomes local when SRST kicks in, but was wanting traffic to stay local all the time. Our very secure network has the call control going through a pretty intense route path by the time it gets to us. I may start looking at CME set-ups for future remote site deployments. thanks guys...
Yes it becomes local when the WAN is dropped. But prior to WAN outage all the call handling is done by CUCM at the central site. You can configure the SRST router at your end to be a CME and then make a SIP trunk between CME and CUCM if you want the local processing.
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