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MGCP and H323 in a Route list in CCM 5.1.2

Hi,

I am running Call Manager 512 using MGCP for my gateways. Recently i bought a 2911 voice gateway, but have to configure it as a h323 gateway because, the router type is not available under the MGCP configuration. I add the 2911 gateway to a route group and I try to add this to an existing route list that contains my MGCP gateways. When I try and add the the h323 VG route group to the existing route list, it does not show up as an available device.

If I add a new route list, the 3 route groups show up, but if I add the h323 VG route group as the first route group in the route list, the MGCP route groups disappears. It looks like MGCP and h323 can not coexist in the same route list in this CCM version. Has anyone come across this issue before?.

Any help appreciated!

Cheers,
Derek

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Re: MGCP and H323 in a Route list in CCM 5.1.2

By any chance is either of them using QSIG???

CSCee68220  

Route List cannot contain Q.SIG (MGCP) and non-Q.SIG(H323) Route Groups

Route  List cannot contain Q.SIG (MGCP) and non-Q.SIG(H323) Route Groups.

Conditions:
3.3 4.0
Route Group A contains an H.323  gateway and Route Group B contains an MGCP
gateway assigned a switch  type of PRI ISO QSIG T1.  Route Group A and Route
Route Group B  need to be in the same Route List.

Symptoms:
Unable to  add a non-Q.SIG and Q.SIG route group in a Route List.

Workaround:
none

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Re: MGCP and H323 in a Route list in CCM 5.1.2

All E1 connections are configured as Qsig trunks already?

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Re: MGCP and H323 in a Route list in CCM 5.1.2

Javalenc,

This helped me a lot!
I had 80 circuits - E1 Pri-ISDN - configured with MGCP (QSIG).
I wanted to add in one Route List a Route Grupo with a SIP trunk and this was not working because SIP trunks are always (non-Qsig)
After reading your comment, I set the all MGCP (non-QSIG) and I was able to insert the route group MGCP and route group SIP on the same Route List.

Thank you !


Rafael Carvalho

Cisco Certified Voice Professional - CCVP

Cimcorp - Brasil - Minas Gerais

Cisco Certified Voice Professional - CCVP

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