I have some knowledge on call manager and cme,Because i am handling call manager that is controlling 125 locations ip phone.Also my one old branch containing cme, i need to integrate this cme with call manager,if you don't mind please help me
In all the time I've been working on this I haven't run into one deployment using MGCP for this. I have never considered MGCP as a valid option for this scenario. Also, as mentioned in the link:
Direct MGCP integration between Cisco Unified CME IP phones and Cisco Unified CallManager is not supported. Although this does not preclude the concurrent operation of MGCP (used for the PSTN gateway ports) and H.323-with-Cisco Unified CME on the same Cisco IOS voice router, we do not recommend this configuration. Using MGCP with Cisco Unified CallManager to control the PSTN voice ports on a Cisco Unified CME system would force PSTN traffic originated by the Cisco Unified CME IP phones to route through the Cisco Unified CallManager to reach the PSTN. In most cases, this would be inefficient because it would result in the Cisco Unified CME-to-PSTN voice traffic traversing the Cisco Unified CME-to-Cisco Unified CallManager WAN link twice.
If you look at the SRND 8.X the new section of CME/CUCM integration has absolutely no mention of MGCP and only provides H323 or SIP as options, being H323 the one that offers the highest interoperability.
Personally, I do prefer H323 since it's more powerful and can do a lot more than MGCP.
I agree with your answer, I'm just giving you a hard time.
If there were multiple CMEs being integrated into a full-blown CUCM environment (rather than the single system the original poster mentioned) I would suggest converting the CMEs to remote sites hanging off the CUCM rather than simply integrating the dial plans of the disparate boxes. Having a boatload of CMEs in your environment would be an administrative nightmare compared to consolidating into one CUCM cluster (imho).
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