Site A and B is connected via IP WAN. We have two Unity and one CCM . The reason we have two Unity becasue there is exchange server in each location. The CCM and Unity A are installed site A, Unity B is installed on site B .There is SRST configured on siteB. Customer in site B normally call local number 416xxxxxx to access Unity B's AA. I understand SRST can handle the call from PSTN to site B IP phones in the event of IP WAN goes down.My question is:
What if customer call 416xxxxxx to access Unity B? WIll SRST forward it to Unity B or drop the call?Theoratically SRST should treat this Unity same as those IP phones, since Unity also has a DID number(in my case,it's pilot number also), right?
Thanks. By the way I know SRST works if Unity and CCM in one location when WAN goes down.
SRST is not supported with Unity. The reason is that the Unity TSP will not register to a router in the same way that an IP phone does. This functionality is planned but there is no estimate on when it will become supported as of yet.
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