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centralize dial Plan For Multi-Site

Hi

we are implementing Cisco IP Telephony for our Company 

we have around 20 remote Site, we will install in these sites CME and in the HQ will install CUCM 

is there any way to do centralize dialing plan ? our we need to make SIP trunk between each sites 

 

thanks for help 

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Cisco Employee

Hi Ahmed,Because the remote

Hi Ahmed,

Because the remote sites will have the phones registered to CME so in this case they will use the dial plan configured on respective CME.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/9x/uc9x/dialplan.html

HTH

Manish

Bronze

Hi,You could try looking at

Hi,

 

Edit: As mgogna  stated each site will need their own dial plan but if you are wanting dialling between branches you could try looking at using Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) which is often compared to a routing protocol for dial plan where the call control system advertises its own dial plan to other call control systems.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/9x/uc9x/models.html#wpxref73275

You can also use Call Manager Session Manager Edition which is a centralised aggregation for SIP trunks which can also provide more flexibility than the SAF

 

Just comes down to your requirements such as site to site dialling, least cost routing, etc

 

Please rate helpful posts.

 

New Member

Hi heathrwThank you for your

Hi heathrw

Thank you for your replay, what do i need to Make SAF network? it's Router having all these information ? is this feature same like making a gatekeeper ?

if we go to Call Manager Session Manager Edition, we can install it in one of the HQ UCS server ?

thanks again

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