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Old 03-06-2017, 02:28 AM
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Default Adjunct route failover


Does anybody have experience with the adjunct route failover? As I understand the feature description of adjunct route vector command, it will skip the next (and only one step) announcement or wait command if the route application not registered, or failed.

But the customer requirement is the following:
  • Call the adjunct route application (which will find the proper free agent)
  • During the route answer need to provide queue announcement + music in a loop, which is normally more than one line
  • If the adjunct route is failing have to skip the whole queue loop, and route the call to a predefined VDN

I cannot find any solution to do this, but one of my colleague found this example:

Is it a working scenario? I made a test with this structure, but not worked for me

I need exactly what is on the picture. If anyone have tips, please share with me.

Thanks and regards
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