You're probably looking at 'show ccm' which shows that the gateway is communicating with CUCM.
When you look at the endpoint, there is a separate registration. You will probably see the endpoint as unregistered in CUCM, and if you a 'show mgcp endpoints' you'll see that it doesn't show up there either.
'show ccm' only says that the gateway is communicating with the CUCM.
The endpoints may not necessarily be registered yet.
if i do "show mgcp endpoint" it shows 23 channels. show ccm-manager shows gateway is register to CUCM. but in CUCM, registration is unknow. when I do "show ip int brief" all 23 channels are in down state because T1 is not connected to anything. is unregistration in CUCM because of T1 is not connected to anything?
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