I want to know if the following scenario is possible:
I have a CME in location A handling users in location A. I want to bring up a location B and serve it as remote users off of the CME in location A. My question is can I place an SRST Router in location B in the event of a WAN failure? Does CME support the use of an SRST router in another location?
If each of the remote sites needs local dialtone, meaning that they need to have a connection to the pstn at the remote sites, then the centralized solution (with remote phones registering to the centralized cme) is not supported - and thus will NOT be supported by TAC. If the customer deploys in a centralized model and conforms to the requirements in the link, then TAC will support the deployment and solution.
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Please find the attached HTML document, download and open it on your PC.
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