All, Need some help on this please. Im in the process of setting up a new UCM with infrastructure to go with it. Customer is getting a 3825 gateway, and 4 PRI lines will be coming into it. Im planning on using MGCP to UCM, but if UCM server fails, Id like for phones to register to the gateway and still be able to make calls out/in. Im thinking about the dial-peers and how they should be setup. Would I be using 1 dial-peer to configure so that calls going out would be distributed among the PRI lines? OR, would I need to know what DIDs come in on each PRI so that I can do dial-peers accordingly to that specific PRI line (i.e. 1234 comes in on PRI #1, and 6789 comes in on PRI #2. Would the dial-peers have to reflect that in particular?)
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