I have a simple clarification question about using multiple SIP trunks in a Route Group.
In our setup we have two Exchange 2010 UM servers (for redundancy) with SIP trunks to UCM8.5
So within the Route Group, the second SIP trunk entry will only be used if SIP services is not running on the first UM server (or the server itself is down). Is that correct or is there something more?
I'm asking because we did that and it wasn't failing over to the second SIP trunk. Unless there was something else that is needed on UCM8.5 (or Exchange 2010 UM).
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