Yes, you can do that. However, be carful with DSL it is touchy. I have some home office users with DSL and VPN connections that work well, but there can be quality issues. What size of offices are we talking? How many people? I am running a centralized call manager with 17 VPN locations, average 15 persons each. They are all connected via VPN with dedicated T1 internet data lines. What did you have in mind? We can do a lot!
Yes, you should be okay with that number of users. Yes I am using InformaCast, and it works great! You could setup a situation that you could park the customer and blast a broadcast message out to the other locations to see if anyone could help. Then that person could just pickup the parked caller. Yes you can run Call Manager on a non-Cisco machine, but you need to know that TAC will not support it at all! If you want more details e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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