Re: Avaya Definity G3si V9 H323 trunk with CCM5.1 without MGCP r
You will need to go through a router. I dont think on the Avaya G3 you can go directly H323 to H323. You need to have a QSIG T1 trunk from the G3 to a Cisco Router T1 card. CallManager will then use MGCP to manage the calls and routing in/out of the trunk. Of course, you will need configure dial patterns on the Avaya side as well.
I know on the new Avaya IP PBXs, you can create a H323 trunk directly from the Avaya to a Cisco router. But you can not connect directly to Cisco CallManager, only through Router.
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