My client wants to have the benefits of stcapp for the FXS ports but also wants this device to be able to go into SRST mode without depending upon another routing device. I have looked all over using Google and here on the support forums. I see many variations of VG224 / SRST for H323, MGCP, and using a separate SRST router (the SRST router not being the VG224 device). I have also seen posts using Unified SRST (not an option for this client).
So, my question is - is it even possible? Can a VG224 fail over to itself for SRST when the ports are controlled using sccp/stcapp?
If the answer is yes, can someone point me to a web link, document, or post a configuration for me?
The link you provided shows the VG224 as a supported device in the 'Cisco Unified IP Phone Support' table. Are you sure about that statement; I know many customers who at least think this is working for them (whether they have actually tested it or not).
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