I assume these are designed so that teachers don't get bothered during class hours, and it instead routes calls to their voicemail. However, under some it lists device association as BATXXXXXXXXXXX, and under others it lists SEPXXXXXXXX (which I assume is the phone itself). What is BAT, and what is the best way to set that up when adding a new user? I need him to be extension 444.
If you're LDAP integrated the user might be already created.
It really doesn't matter which one you create in 1st place, if you need, you can always go back and just change whatever you need.
From the info you gave you have ToD in place (that's 2 out of 4) the other 2 you need to find out what they're used for.
If you already have 4 DNs on different partitions you need to find out on which partition the new DN needs to be and also adjust the CSS's if necessary. Since this is overlapping you need to plan which 444 DN is the one you need to reach because you can only reach one of them.
Having the same DN in 4 partitions (with ToD) means that anyone can only reach one out of three at any given time (unless DNs in your phones also have a separate set of CSS's). If you add a new partition make that one out of four.
Adding a user and phone is no problem, but you need someone that really knows how the routing needs to be handled to avoid causing problems.
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