I'm not, sure I completely understand your questions but I'll attempt to answer based on my understanding.
Yes, you can pre-config devices and users in CCM prior to migration. If they are Cisco IP phones, you'll need the MAC address and model of the phone at a minimum. If they are non Cisco IP phones, you'll need to pre configure 3rd party sip devices (which is a different license requirement than a Cisco IP phone). Place the preconfigured dial plan that isnt migrated yet (on CCM), in a temp. partition that the already migrated phones cannot access. As you migrate, change that partition using BAT, to the correct partition for the portion of phones you migrated. Thanks, Ryan -------- Original Message -------- From: 秀王 <kiwi.vo...@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, March 17, 2015 09:15 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [cisco-voip] Migration strategy >Currently the client have avaya and cisco linked together using SIP. > >Cisco UCM cluster have users in the production environment. > >I'm are going to cutover more sites from avaya to cisco. Is it possible to >preconfigure the users, extension number (let's say 87XXX range), phones >and the user device profiles in advance? > >I'm thinking that if I preconfigure those information, the cucm will think >that those extension number (87XXX) are local and unregistered. > >Is there a way to make CUCM thinks that in order to reach 87XXX range, it >will still reach out to Avaya using the SIP trunk? Is there any setting in >the route pattern can do that? > >I thinking that CUCM will always find a more "exact" match locally instead >of through other source like translation pattern or route pattern. > >_______________________________________________ >cisco-voip mailing list >email@example.com >https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/cisco-voip
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