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Dial peer configuration for SIP and H323 and callmanager

Ok, I have part of my problems fixed, but I cant figure out the rest.

Cisco IP Phone dials 4100

RP 4100 sends it to an h323 gateway

Dial Peer 100 voice

translation-profile incoming voip

destination-pattern ???

session protocol sipv2

session target ipv4:xx.xx.xx.xx

session transport tcp

incoming called-number ???

codec g711ulaw

What should I put in the question marks? 4... or . or?

Do I care about incoming called number?

Like wise, if the End point coming into the H323 calls into the Router looking for a CallManager phone do I use the same type of dial peer?

example:

Dial Peer 101 Voice

translation-profile incoming voip

destination-pattern .

session protocol ?????

session target ipv4:Callmanager IP?

session transport tcp

incoming called-number .

codec g711ulaw

Where do I tell the Dial Peer to go to CallManager?

Thanks much!!

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Re: Dial peer configuration for SIP and H323 and callmanager

HI TOm,

Remember that we have different rules depending the call flow

We have 2 call legs in every call

For yhe incoming dial peer we match some rules depending of different factors

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_tech_note09186a008010fed1.shtml

For outgoing dial-peer we use destination-pattern

session target ipv4:Callmanager IP?

session transport tcp

incoming called-number .

codec g711ulaw

Where do I tell the Dial Peer to go to CallManager?

You are correct!

This config is for IPIP GW SIP TO H323?

Re: Dial peer configuration for SIP and H323 and callmanager

Thanks much for your help!!!

If the SIP end point is sending me +1415xxxxxxx

And I need to strip the + and add 9 to it, can I not do it with this?

destination-pattern +9T ???

I cant seem to get it to work. (unless my PRI is screwy)

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