If the IP domain name is configured in Cisco IOS on the MGCP gateway, enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) in the Domain Name field.
In the example: test and cisco.com represent the hostname and domain name respectively. If the IP domain name is not configured in Cisco IOS on the MGCP gateway, enter only the hostname of the MGCP gateway in the Domain Name field.
just to add to the great info make sure that you have the domain name in CUCM exactly as configured under the ip domain name command on the router, i ran into some cases in which the guys were lacking the .com on the domain or had something else and they thought it had the .com under the command and the GW would not register.
the fix is to just modify the entry where needed, add the .com on the GW or take the .com from the CUCM config
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