I'm not sure you can force CUCM to use alaw on the IP side of the call. You can force this on a digital interface by using the PCM type setting. CUCM can do alaw, but I believe ulaw is its first choice, so if the gateway it is interfacing with is capable of ulaw, that's what it chooses. If the gateway were not capable, it would then choose alaw. Same thing with the gateway.
As I mentioned in my other thread - there really is on reason to make this a-law. The gateway will do the switchover automatically, and it doesn't take any more DSP resources than it would for a alaw-alaw situation.
As a general rule i'd agree with you, but I have a requirement to interface with a 3rd party piece of kit, that support alaw, so the current default situation of using ulaw is forcing the use of additional dsp resources..
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