Server One has one integration, pointing to one CM cluster. Server Two will have 5 separate integrations associated to this server (5 physical SRST sites), each with thier own pilot number on another networked CM cluster. In order for cross box login to work properly from Server A to a user on Server B, does Unity need a dedicated pilot number in the dialing domain page on Server A in order to be able to call Server B or can you just use one of the 5 pilot numbers configured on Server B in order for this to work properly. We have cross box login working great today amongst many single site unity servers but are starting to introduce multi-site unity servers for smaller SRST sites and am wondering what the best way to configure the ports/dialing domain/pilot numbers for these unity servers. Any documentation out there with this level of detail available? Thanks.
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