Does anyone have any good suggestions for overlapping dial plans for DNs that are syncronised from Active Directory?
For example we use 4 digit DN and some remote sites have overlapping numbers. When you pace a call from site a from the directory to number 1234 (which is avalible in site b and c) the dirctory doesn't know what site to route to?
Apart from introducing additioning digits in the DN within Active Directory (cluster code, site code, DN) is there any other methods of managing this problem?
dirs = new Directory("San Jose Directory", "sjc-cm", "ou=users, o=cisco.com", "8404", "cn=Directory Manager, o=cisco.com", "cisco", "91408");
If your LDAP setup has different CN's for each sites users the you could set up a dirs entry for each site and prepend digits indicating the site to the number to be dialled. This prefix would match CUCM translation patterns that strip the prefix and have CSS that allow access to the relevant site partitions.
alright you can argue that something may be also read between the lines, however, I did not see any explanation of how this should be implemented, for instance: a new server, running Windows and IIS is necessary.
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