Does anyone know what Cisco suggests as a baseline for assigning MWI ports? What is the ratio of ports that should be assigned to only do MWI? I understand that this will depend on call volume and you might need to play around with it. I'm looking for baselines. For instance, out of 32 ports, how many should be assigned for MWI (only) to start?
That depends quite a bit on the switch integration you're using - if we're doing MWIs via analog calls they'll go _quite_ a bit slower than if they're being done digitially (i.e. as with CM) - and of course with serial integrations it's not an issue.
What kind of switch integration are you talking about here?
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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