using dt24+ that is integrated in a CallManager with a remote cluster
I want to move users from a standalone CM to a cluster that is remote to the standalone CM. The standalone system has 2 dt24+s integrated with the MCS7830 chassis. I want to use those DT24+s as is, i.e., leave them in the standalone, and point them at the remote cluster. Do I just turn down the CallManager services on the standalone and add them to the remote cluster or are there other tasks I need to do to make this work?
Re: using dt24+ that is integrated in a CallManager with a remot
Sounds like you've got it straight. Just make sure the DHCP server where the DT-24+ cards are getting their config from is setup to provide DHCP option 150 pointing to the remote CCM cluster, instead of the standalone server.
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