Initial Configuration for Cisco Voice Setup with Licensing

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Sep 8th, 2010
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Dear Experts,


My Scenario is:


I want to connect two offices A & B for voip solution.


1) Office A has Cisco router 2811 and a Pbx which is connected with E1 card installed in Cisco Router and the pbx supports 150 users

2) Office B has Cisco rotuer 2811 and is connected a Pbx which  is connected with E1 card installed in Cisco Router and the Pbx supports 50 users


I want to connect the pbx of both offices so that people from one office people could call to people to the other office over voip.


My questions are


1) Do i need a T1/E1 line from my ISP for this scenario? or only T1/E1 interface will do the job which is currently being used to only connect the pbx with the router?

2) What sort of license i need in order to install CME (Please note i will only be installing soft phones on maximum of 10 users)

3) Can i buy Cisco License online from any where in the world?


Please correct my scenario if i am wrong and advise with your expertise.


Thanks in Advance

Salman

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dksingh Tue, 09/14/2010 - 13:00
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Hello there!


You don't really need any additional T1/E1 modules if you already have some sort

of IP WAN connectivity between the two sites/routers.


You should be able to create voip and pots dialpeers on both routers according to your

dialplan and send calls between the two sides using h323/sip. Pl. checkout info on IOS dialpeers at:


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_3/vvf_c/dial_peer/dp_confg.html



On ISRs the CME license is paper based and a SMALL one should suffice for your purpose.

Checkout Table3 for part#:


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6788/vcallcon/ps4625/prod_bulletin0900aecd8067e12c.pdf


Do you have a local reseller or Cisco Account contact you can get in touch with for procuring the licenses?


Hope this helps...


DK

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