2 Independant Call Manager 'domains' communicating with each other
Can I have 2 or more seperate Call manager systems (Clusters) that can communicate with each other? Ie: Phoenix Site Cluster and a New York Site Cluster That I could use ie: extensions 5xxxx in Phoenix and 6xxxx in New York and when for example someone in new york dials 5xxxx it routes it to the Phoenix Call manager Cluster to route to the appropriate phone/device/gateway?
Re: 2 Independant Call Manager 'domains' communicating with each
Yes. If you add a gateway and choose H.323, you will see an item for H.225 to be used with Cisco H.323 based voice gateways (for example), and and item 'Inter-Cluster Trunk' which is used to route calls between different CallManager clusters.
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