i need to connect my analog phone's with ccme but i havn't fxs card on ccme or analog gateway like VG224 i have Quintum AFG to provide interface for analog phone, can anyone help me out how i can do this .........
If it's H323 look up H323 gateways on CME.
If it's SIP look up SIP gateways on CME.
If it's MGCP, it won't happen.
If it has an ethernet interface, it has to use some IP protocol. You need to find out what it is.
i will try and let you know but i need to make 1 thing clear that i m not using Quintum AFG for PSTN calling, i have FXO card to terminate trunks on CCME, i am using Quintum AFG just to connect analog phone with CCME
need to know how i can register my analog phone extension on ccme in this scenario... what shud i use b/w ccme and quintum AFG ...i have fxo card for pstn trunks on ccme .......hope u understand me
I understand. The problem is you need to figure out what the ? is. That's a protocol, and I can't really help until we know what that is. You need to figure out how this thing interfaces with the router.
well okey nic, i m trying to connect my ccme with Tenor quintum AFG by using sip protocol but i only define SIP ua in quintum and i define SIP trunk in ccme but dunu work now i m wondering that is that possible that can i define ccme router (2801) as sip proxy ????
does it need to register? if so, you'll need to configure SIP CME.
These are the base commands to get SIP CME working:
voice service voip
voice register global
source-address 188.8.131.52 port 5060
voice register dn 1
voice register pool 1
id mac XXXX.XXXX.XXXX
number 1 dn 1
username X password X
well nick obviously its need to register as Tenor Quintum AFG is providing tone to my analog phone and i m trying to register my analog phone on ccme .....
here's the topology
it doesn't 'obviously' need to register. it's very possible that the device will send out invites to a 'proxy' without any type of registration or SUBSCRIBE messages. It may act as a UAS and send the INVITE.
Regardless, check my previous post on getting it to register.