In most cases CFwdAll issues are due to database connectvity issues to the publisher. There are a couple of things you can check.
Depending on theversion of CallManager 3.2 and lower you may have an issue with the protocol used between the CallManagers for DB communicaitons. Sometimes this protocol gets set to Named Pipes but should be Multiprotocol. Open the MS SQL Client Network Utility. Change the Default Network Library from Named Pipes to Multiprotocol. Reboot is not required.
The other issue may be the setting of the "SyncUpDBAfterLinkOOSFlag. The default setting is False. If it is changed to true then the sunbscriber wiil reload the forward DB after loosing connection with the publisher. When set to false the subscribers forwad DB will not be updated afte it reconnects with the publisher.
Yes, 3.3 will be set to TCP/IP and that is fine. Setting the "Sync Call Forward Database After LinkOOS" parameter will help if the subscriber looses then regains connection to the publisher. That is a good thing.
If thisis the problem, the question would by - why is the subscriber loosing connection. There is no easy answer. One would have to look at the topology and verify that nothing is causing a network outage such as a backup.
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