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Routing Client PG ,CVP,CUCM

Hi,

Please explain working of CVP,PG and CUCM as Routing client in Cisco UCCE Environment.

 

Regards-

PK

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All these information is

All these information is available in UCCE SRND, as well as admin guides. you must start exploring them.

let me also try to explain in brief:

PG connects to peripheral like CVP, CUCM etc. the pim process is the one which actually makes a connection to external peripheral. 

a single PG can connect to multiple peripheral using multiple pims(a PG can have multiple PIM's), and each pim is configured in ICM as a separate peripheral, and for the same pim you will also have a separate routing client.

 

e.g A VRU PG has a 4 pim connecting to 4 CVPs, then basically you will have 4 routing clients. each as a separate peripheral.

 

regards

Chintan

 

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All these information is

All these information is available in UCCE SRND, as well as admin guides. you must start exploring them.

let me also try to explain in brief:

PG connects to peripheral like CVP, CUCM etc. the pim process is the one which actually makes a connection to external peripheral. 

a single PG can connect to multiple peripheral using multiple pims(a PG can have multiple PIM's), and each pim is configured in ICM as a separate peripheral, and for the same pim you will also have a separate routing client.

 

e.g A VRU PG has a 4 pim connecting to 4 CVPs, then basically you will have 4 routing clients. each as a separate peripheral.

 

regards

Chintan

 

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