I have a CME router with several internal phones, with extension numbers starting at 1000. I have a regular FXO port in the CME router. How would I go about routing inbound calls to a specific internal DN? (For example DN 1000?). The CME router is just connected to a single phone line now, and will be moved to a two line rotary in the future.
The suggestion supplied above will only work with DID or PRI/T1 circuits. You will need to either configure connection plar opx to an attendant or operator, or configure IOS auto-attendant to route incoming calls on an FXO port.
The AA is definately something that I will be playing with later on, but I will just be using an addendant for now. Would you be able to comment on how this configuration would change if I wanted to have the CCME router try a second extension if the first one was busy? Example: First extension 1000 was busy, so try extension 1002?
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