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IP Telephony CME Branch Connectivity

Dear Team,

 

We have two sites , A in Egypt and B in Saudi

The site are connected through VPN

Site A already have CME ISR.

We will also install a CME ISR in Site B also.

will we able to configure the phones to make calls between the site A and B by just dialing the extn without using PSTN

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Hi,Please check the section

Hi,

Please check the section "A Simple Two-Node Topology with H.323 " of the following CME guide which explains various scenarios of interconnecting two or more CME sites.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/srnd/design/guide/cmesrnd/multcme.html#wp1071359

HTH

Manish

 

New Member

Hi manish, should the ISR be

Hi manish,

 

should the ISR be CME or SRST

Hi Edwin,This documentation

Hi Edwin,

This documentation is specific to CME.

Manish

YES.  It pretty much boils

YES.  It pretty much boils down to creating dial-peers on both CME routers pointing to each other, with  patterns that constitute your internal number ranges.

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hi dennis,Can you confirm if

hi dennis,

Can you confirm if we use CME in riyadh and CME in Egypt (both sites having CME not SRST license), and both sites are connected together.

Will the user in riyadh will be able to dial an extn in egypt

Cisco Employee

Yes

Yes

HTH

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