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Old 08-28-2012, 06:17 AM
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Question "Hunt Group" coverage path and WAN outage

During a WAN outage isolating a site without Media Gateway, all IP phones are unregistered. Assuming they are all part of a hunt group, what happens to calls arriving for the hunt group (which is not a skill) at the hub? Do they follow the hunt group coverage path?

Now if a call is placed directly to an extension of the isolated site without Media Gateway (a station which is currently unregistered because of WAN outage),
will it follow the station coverage path?

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