I currently have a small network with 2 routers, each running their own gatekeeper. I've set up a single multicast paging-dn on both routers so that all the ip phones on that zone can be paged. Any phone from either zone can ring either paging number and start a paging multicast in either zone.
If it's possible, I'd like to have a single phone number that connects to both of these paging-dns, allowing a user to page every phone in both zones at once. I've looked at paging groups but these ony seem to apply when both of the paging-dn's are located on the same router. Unfortunately redesigning the network layout and zones is not an option I have.
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