This is not something you want to happen, under non-srst mode - correct ? So if you use connection plar, you will always route calls to the AA in Unity. (Unless you manually remove the command out of there).
Under SRST mode, how would you dial the outbound call to Unity ? Is it again going out through the PSTN using a 10 digit prefix (11 digit for londdistance) to dial Unity pilot number via the PSTN ?
If then you can put a default-destination command under call-manager-fallback mode and have it route to a 10 digit number which is the pilot number of Unity AA.
you're right, I want this to work under non-srst mode of course. I want all incoming calls to be answered by the AA. I want to know how else besides using the connection plar command, you can accomplish that?
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