local 911 in a centralized call process application
I have 5 sites connected with fiber on a small campus. Each site will have a 1760 router for SRST and local 911. When users dial an outside number, they will sieze a trunk at the main location. When they dial 911, the call needs to route through their local 1760. Can someone give me configuration examples with partition and CSS information?
Re: local 911 in a centralized call process application
lets consider the example for one site - site 1. These are the things you need to configure.
1. Create a new partition for Site 1's 911 calls - say 911_SITE1
2. Add a new route pattern for 911 to use the 1760 Gateway at site 1 and add this to the partition 911_SITE1
3. Create a Calling Search Space for Site 1 - say CSS_SITE1
4. Add the partition 911_SITE1 to CSS_SITE1
5. Configure all phones at SITE 1 to use the Calling Search Space of CSS_SITE1
Now when a phone at Site 1 dials 911, it checks the calling search space CSS_SITE1, which contains the partition 911_SITE1. It will matches the route pattern 911 configured to use the 1760 gateway at Site1 as this is the only match for the pattern 911 under the 911_SITE1 partition and send the call to this gateway.
You may repeat this process for the other sites and also for the main location.
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