I think this is the right direction, but not quite to the point of calling it simple.
I think the hunt-group allocation just chooses the interface, not timeslot. In this scenario, there would be a single interface, so it would remain the same.
You could however, configure 23 separate ds0 groups, and put each of them in a trunk group, and then change the hunt scheme there. This gets around the 11 preference value limit of my solution. +5 for you Paulo.
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