This is my first time doing intergration btw two phone systems from two differnet vendors. I am integrating an Avaya G3 V12 in Honduras with a CCM5.1 in Boston. I have a 2821 GW in Boston and am installing another 2821 in Honduras for the integration purpose. Apparently, there's no PRI technology in Honduras but as I was told there's E1. My first question is can I use E1 for this integration? And my second but the most important one is:
Let's say the telco will terminate the E1 in the telcom room in our office in Honduras and I use a RJ48 cable to connect the E1 into my newly installed 2821 GW E1 card. The E1 has one end in my telcom room and it's used to connect to my GW. How am I going to connect the GW to the Avaya Media Server? I know this sounds like easy to understand but I don't see how I can use an E1 coming from the local provider to my GW and then to the Avaya Media server. Could you please shade some lights that I can better understand the Architecture? Is this how they will be connected?
Thanks paolo for the great info. It's very helpful. If you were to choose one of those 4 options, which one would you go with? As I said, we already have an E1 R2 which is used for inbound and outbound calls to/from telco. My question is; do I need a second E1 from Telco for Avaya-Cisco integration or I can use the existing one?
My very last queston is, do I need two VWIC-2MFT-E1 or VWIC2-2MFT-E1/t1 card installed in the ISR?
This is what I was trying to tell you before. E1 is strictly point-to-point so when you connected things together you need as many ports as many devices you are connecting. You cannot reuse the same E1 for more than one thing.
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