Thread: DECT IP Trunks
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Old 09-09-2010, 07:31 AM
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The documentation in the DECT manual was very vague and did not fully explain this issue of how the DECT system interacts with Call Manager (CM).

Two trunk groups with seperate signalling groups need to be set up, the first trunk group points to the master IPBS, the second trunk group (TG) points to the standby master IPBS. The Xmobile stations in CM need to to have the number of the first TG in the "mobility trunk group" field. When the master IPBS fails and the standby master IPBS detects the failure, the standby master IPBS communicates to CM. CM then changes all Xmobile "mobility trunk group" fields to the TG pointed at the standby master IPBS.

Thanks to AVAYA tech support for helping to solve this issue.
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