This is a dead easy one.
How do I accomplish the following:
1) CUCME (SCCP) to CUCM (SCCP) not using a gatekeeper
2) CUCME (SIP) to CUCM H.323 again not using a gatekeeper
(no transcoding required)
(all internetworking gear except CUCME is non Cisco)
I am close to falling asleep thinking about how to do this. In both cases using a non-GK controlled trunk on the CUCM I can get calls from CUCME -> CUCM but no calls in the opposite direction. I am sure it is easy and I apologize in advance....
Thank you for any help.
Just to add a comment, it's always important to keep in mind some topics discussed in the SRND of CUCME, such as:
Cisco Unified CallManager Express Call Transfer and Forward:
Connecting Multiple Cisco Unified CallManager Express Systems with VoIP:
Integrating Cisco Unified CallManager Express with Cisco Unified Call Manager:
Hope these references helps you sometime.
in fact it is really easy
on CUCME configure the voip dial-peers pointing to the CUCM with the appropriate destination patterns
make sure you bind all your h323 signaling to an interface
on CUCM configure an H323 gateway using the CUCME signaling address, for calls to CUCME just configure the route pattern and use the GW in a route list or directly under the route pattern config
An h225 trunk also works but most commonly configuring CUCME as H323 GW is more than enough
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