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Two Unity (Without Failover) possible to communicate?

Hi, I have two Unity Servers both without Failover and on standalone exchanges.

However there is a need to dial Unity-A's VM pilot number and leaving a Voicemail for a subscriber in Unity-B.

Can I ask what are the options to do this?

Do I need to wipe out for example Unity-B, and reinstall it, this time using Unity-A's Exchange and repopulating all the subscribers so that all subscribers are on one Exchange?

Or I can install some components to do this?

I have come across this Cisco Unity Voice Connector for Microsoft Exchange Release 11.0(3). Can this achieve that requirement?

Is there any other solutions I can do this?

Thanks all for your help.

Eugene

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Re: Two Unity (Without Failover) possible to communicate?

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Re: Two Unity (Without Failover) possible to communicate?

Hi all,

I realised my two unity are in different Domains. Is there anyway to do Digital Networking still?

:(

Thanks.

Eugene

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Re: Two Unity (Without Failover) possible to communicate?

No, Unity servers need to be in the same AD forest in order for Digital Networking to work.

Chris

Re: Two Unity (Without Failover) possible to communicate?

You may be able to setup a bridgehead server to connect to two Unity servers. It's not quite digital networking, but you can see in the diagram, it could work.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_feature_guide_chapter09186a008045c1f1.html#wp1612796

AMIS is possible, but it's a pain to setup. I know the bridgehead is for Octel connections, but possible look into using it for Unity domain a to/from Unity domain b

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