The requirement is to integrate CUCM 4.2 with Polycom RMX, audio conference bridge, and CMA, management platform. Also, Polycom CMA can provide Gatekeeper functionality. I read in a forum that this can be done with H.323 Gatekeepers. Is it possible to register a CUCM 4.2 to Polycom Gatekeeper on CMA? Please provide configuration example.
We have a number of route patterns which provide direct dials for IP phones w/ video advantage (or any other device registered with CUCM) to Polycom endpoints. This is to allow video advantage to dial polycom endpoints without a gatekeeper
The route is the number you dial
Instead of a route list, define a gateway - this will be the endpoint, or in context - the target address of the RMX. Be mindful of the target address for the RMX, as it has multiple IP addresses.
Also be mindful of the digits the RMX receive - what digits would you dial if you wanted to (a) route to the RMX (b) access a particular meeting room (c) enter a passcode? Or you may rather just have those entered manually via the attendant? Your decision of course.
IMHO a route list via an H323 trunk to the CMA (the way I have done it and the way I understand the document describes) is the most superior way, as it allows for a range of numbers to be listed as a route pattern - similar to a summary IP route. Infact the technology prefix used by CUCM when it registers should be sufficient to "steer the calls" in the right direction when going from polycom to CUCM. I would consider both directions.
Sadly - in my experience only - if you are planning on using video advantage, brace yourself to be a little dissappointed. The flexibility (or lack of) of the aspect ratio, and the quality might not impress - or work at all, but at least you'll get audio oevr IP. I am keeping my fingers crossed for a tanberg product to make video advantage obsolete, and to provide features like (for example) CMA desktop. Maybe there already is a product that achieves this?
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