I have a problem with Cisco Communications Manager and KIRK Dect for call interoperability integration.
I have installed Communications Manager 184.108.40.20600-5 version and DECT Kirk solution with KWS6000 dect server (PCS13_ firmware version).
This is the problem: I have two end points with the same number, Cisco 6941 (as deskphone) and Kirk 6040 (as handset phone); I need to implement interoperability on these phones for hold call and resume call from cisco to kirk and reverse situation.
I have configured the Cisco 6941 with SCCP and SIP device protocol for testing the two differrent cases, but the situation is always the same. The Kirk DECT 6040 works with SIP standard protocol.
Does anyone have any ideas for implementing this interoperability situation?
The Kirk KWS6000 isn't connected with SIP Trunk. The KWS6000 send to the CUCM the user authentication for the digest credential as a normal Third Party SIP Device and the device is registered in the CUCM by this process.
The MAC Address item is modified with the IPEI code for the Kirk phone; but the others items are configured as a normally Third Party SIP Basic device.
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