we are actually migrating an traditional PBX system (Avaya Integral i33) to CUCM 22.214.171.12400-2.
In the old telephone system there is an call feature which I would describe as dynamic Call Routing/Call Forwarding. It works like this: Two telephones/users are peered with each other and are able to redirect calls between them by just pressing one button on their phones.
For example: User A presses the button for this function, and all his/her calls are permanently forwarded/redirected to user B (the peering partner) until he/she presses the button again. Same vice versa, user B is also capable to switch this redirection forth and back by pressing a button on his/her phone.
Do you have any idea/hint how to copy this feature on a Unified Communications Manager / IP Phones? Maybe a solution close to this would do it. Is it even possible to associate a predefined forwarding rule with a single button?
Just to add, Perhaps you need to think it from a different angle. Many people try to copy 100% a PABX feature onto CUCM - not always the best way in my opinion . I tend to think what are they trying to do and why. There may be different ways to achieve the same end goal but from a different angle
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