Is it possible to implement Cisco Cube as a gateway to Cucm and connect to a service provider that is handing off a single connection for both wan data and sip services ? . Most CUBE deployments reference a seperate connection for backend gateway registration (inside) and one dedicated to the SIP provider trunk (outside)
Ok , perhaps I'm thinking to much here as usually the config notes you see are with two interfaces. To be clear in my situation I have a CUCM in one state and a new remote office in another state with new cisco phones I need to get registered back to the core cucm. Later down the road a new cucm will be put in the new remote office. The customer ordered a mpls circuit for the site with data and sip on the same link .Considering most configs show a two interface deployment , I'm struggling with the concept of registering the gateway back to the Core cucm and utilizing cube on the same interface. I guess its the seperation on a single interface I'm having trouble grasping. any guideance would be great and I really appreciate the response even on a Saturday
Are you talking about SIP trunk or sip traffic for phones? MPLS would be used to carry your internal traffic such as voice signaling and inter office voice, your PSTN sip connection would go over the sip trunk to service provider device.
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