I'm trying to get locations to work, but I'm missing something. Configuration is 2 Unity servers & 2 Call Managers, all in a common AD domain connected to Exchange servers at each of the locations. The locations are different OU's in the common domain. The call managers are basically independent in that they call each other over the PSTN. We trick the users into thinking that it's 4 digit dialing (2xxx at one site and 4xxx at the other) by playing with the routing in the call managers to prepend the NPA-NXX and then toss the call to the PSTN trunks.
But I wanted to try Locations to see if I could provide a unified directory. I created each Unity with its own location and Dial ID (002 for one, 004 for the other). Both are in the "None" dialing domain (I also tried a common named dialing domain, but it behaved the same).
For addressing Subscr Searches, I selected restrict to Dialing Domain and yes to Include location in searches.
I called the lead number at site 002 and entered a name of a site 004 user. It didn't find it. Site 002 users were found successfully. I expected it to find 004 users and allow me to either connect to them or send them a message. Same result when addressing an outgoing message.
Should this work and if so, any idea what I'm missing?
that certainly helps. calls to one of my 2 Unitys now transfer as expected. But calls to the other find the remote subscriber and try to transfer, but after a couple seconds of Unity MOH, I drop back to the Directory Handler again. I can't find any errors anywhere and the configurations appear symmetric, but I'm obviously missing something. What could be causing the transfer to fail?
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