Making a long distance call using a remote MGCP GW possible?
Here's my topology:
GW1: is at branch 1 and has a Local PRI circuit ONLY
GW2: is at branch 2 and has a Long Distance PRI circuit and some local PRI's
If users at branch 1 want to make long distance calls, they must use the long distance circuit at branch 2. That's what I wanted to accomplish. I can configure a voip dial-peer on GW1 to send long distance calls to GW2. Do I need to do anything extra on GW2 to make it work? Note, everything on GW2 has been working fine today.
Re: Making a long distance call using a remote MGCP GW possible?
Correct, users at branch 2 can make LD calls fine. If I route LD from GW1 to CUCM, would that cause any loop because GW1 is H.323? So put it this way, a call is initiated at GW1, CUCM sends that call immediately to GW1 without looking up its dial plan because GW1 is H.323 controlled. You then tell GW1 to send it back to the CUCM, I'm not sure how CUCM can route that call out to the LD circuit at GW2? I would assume it will cause a loop by sending that call back to the H.323 GW1.
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