Your looking for Extension Mobility, which is a service included in the CRS engine, there are several steps needed to enable this feature, along with creating the login/logout service and installing the CRS application. If it is already setup on your system, you can just select your service button on the phone, the use your user id/pin which is the same one used for accessing your http://ccm/ccmuser web page.
Yes it does use the CRS Engine, but you do not need to purchase the CRS software to get Extension Mobility. You just need "Cisco CallManager Extended Services" which can be downloaded via Cisco's website.
We are in the firs full week of our deployment if VoIP. The install is being done by a firm call Digital Precision here in Texas. They are really doing a bang up job. At the same time we are moving over 100 users into a new building.
I would have like to be able to spend more time looking over their shoulder but as the network and server guy I have been spending allot of time putting out fires.
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