So tried it this morning -- certainly this config doesn't work. You cant assign the same DID to multiple voice users.... so I'm still stumped how to get the same DID to automatically goto the next availabile fxs port.
So now I am onto trying to create a ring-group.... tried everything similar to voice dial-plan 1 extensions $ but still get the error voice ring-group 8475551212 Error: Cannot create ring group. Verify dial-plan type entry (extensions).
This turned out to be an issue where the ring-group apparantly can't be over a certain number or digits?
Anyhow I was able to do:
voice ring-group 1234
coverage internal 5
coverage internal 6
coverage internal 7
coverage internal 8
If you want to set up a ring group, take a look at this document:
Ring Groups can only be configured a certain way in the TA 900(e) series. I would use a sip-identity rather than a DID on the main ring group entry (6351 in the example). The structure of the ring-group is such that a call hits the main ring group which has 1 member in it. If that member is busy, the coverage commands reference other extensions, which have to be in their own specific ring-group.
Let us know if you have any questions.
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