I am having an E1 connection with 3 series of telephone numbers (100 numbers in each series). I am having an analog FAX machine (RJ11 connection). I need to configure one number from the E1 to this fax.
The E1 is terminated on a 2911 router which is confiugred as MGCP through an E1 card (VWIC3-1MFT-T1/E1). I am also having a Call Manager (UNIFIED-CMBE5K).
First of all what do you intend to use to connect your fax? Are you going to use fxs ports on your Gateway or do you intend to use Analogue gateways i.e VG224, Vg204 etc.
You need to determine how you want to setup your fax machines. Once we know that then the rest should be easy. All you need to do is assign extension to the analogue ports you will be using for the fax machines either directly on the fxs ports on your gateway or to the VG204, 224 I mentioned earlier. You will then configure these gateways for fax transmission...simples
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sccp local XXXXX (where xxxx = interface you want to use for sccp eg gig0/0 or fa0/0)
sccp ccm y.y.y.y identifier 1 version 7 (where y.y.y.y=ip address of your primary cucm)
sccp ccm z.z.z.z. identifier 2 version 7 (where z.z.z.z=ip address of your backup cucm)
sccp ccm group 1
associate ccm 1 priority 1
associate ccm 2 priority 2
dial-peer voice 1000 pots
port x/y/z......................................Port should be the fxs port on your gateway eg 0/1/0
Configure as many ports as you have and ensure the service stcapp is applied to them
I didnt see any voice-port for the faxs card on your sh run. Are the cards installed?
Feel free to change the dial-peer number to anything you want or you can use the suggested values.
Now the gateway config is done.
You then need to go to CUCM to configure the FXS ports....
You need to add the gateway as a SCCP gateway..NB: you omly need the last 10 digit of the mac address of the gateway. The mac address will correspond to the mac address of the interface you are using for sccp. You can find with sh interface command.
Here is a link that details how to configure fxs port for sccp on cucm
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