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Time of Day call forwarding.

I'm trying to call forward a translation pattern to a hunt pilot only after hours.  I have created time periods, schedules, partitions and have adjusted the translation pattern accordingly, but I believe I am missing something as it is not taking effect (CTI Route Point?).  Here is what I have created regarding the translation patterns which are identical, but on different partitions.

(normal hours 8am - 5pm)

Translation Pattern =  5555

Partition = PT_Default

Calling Search Space = Internal-CSS

Called Party Transform Mask = 1900

(after hours 5pm - 8am)

Translation Pattern = 5555

Partition = PT_AfterHours

Calling Search Space = Internal-CSS

Called Party Transform Mask = 1905

Essentially, I am trying to call translation pattern 5555 from 1900 during normal hours, to 1905 (hunt pilot) after hours. 

I created two time periods (TP_After1 and TP_After2) which cover from 1700 - 2400 and 0000 - 0800 respectively and placed them a time schedule called TS_AfterHours.  I placed that in a new partition called PT_AfterHours.

I'm stuck now as I don't know how to make call manager (v6.1) recognize the second pattern to take over after hours.  I read about creating a CTI route point, but am not sure the settings to use.  Can anyone assist?  Thanks!

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Time of Day call forwarding.

And have you already added

Partition = PT_Default

Partition = PT_AfterHours

To the CSS of the devices that you want to get that behavior???

Can't see anything mentioning you have done that.

This config works with anything, it does not need a CTI RP to work, a TP works just as well as a CTI RP.

HTH

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Time of Day call forwarding.

Also if you have added the partitions to each CSS make sure you have added the 'after hours' one ABOVE the 'default' one. Otherwise the default will always be matched, as it is always 'active'.

Aaron Harrison

Principal Engineer at Logicalis UK

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