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Dual register an H.323 phone? Not SIP and H.323, just H.323

Dual register an H.323 phone? Not SIP and H.323, just H.323

Dual register an H.323 phone? Not SIP and H.323, just H.323

(OP)
hi, does anyone know of a way to dual-register H.323 phones in CM 6.3? i've tested dual registration on SIP, but not on H.323. i know the CM Feature Description and Implementation guide shows you how to dual-register a phone via H.323 and SIP but i don't want to do that. i just want to dual-register H.323 endpoints. is it possible?

RE: Dual register an H.323 phone? Not SIP and H.323, just H.323

Short answer: No.

Next question: How do I make it seem like Station XXX is in more than one location?
Bridged-Appearances on a second (or 3rd or more) station will, for all intents and purposes, be Station XXX.

Hope that helps.

RE: Dual register an H.323 phone? Not SIP and H.323, just H.323

(OP)
it does, thanks. I had a feeling that was the case but wanted to post a thread just in case someone knows something that isn't published/common knowledge :)

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