I have four standalone CUC which leveraging the same CUCM cluster. The plan is to merge the data of these different instance of CUC into two cluster. For eg;
[CUC-A]+[CUC-C] <-------- Using COBRAS Export, i'll back up the DB and using COBRAS Import to move them to CUC-A
[CUC-B]+[CUC-D] <--------- Same method as above
The concern is, since all this four CUC are standalone, they have their own dial-plan which might be overlap to the other CUC.
Anyone has experience doing this kind of migration before, mind to share you insight, idea or opinion? Do i need to create a new Partition and Search Scope that use same name from the CUC that we going to import in?
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