Re: Mobile voice acces in 7.1.3 using MGCP gateway
We can have the configuration done on the router, which already has MGCP running.
Below are the steps to be done on the CUCM and Gateway -
1.Login to CCM http://<ip-address of publisher>/ccmadmin 2.Goto System -> Service Parameter In Server List Box, Select “CUCM Publisher” In Service List Box, Select “Cisco Call Manager” Scroll down to the bottom of the “Service parameter Configuration” Page. In the “Cluster wide Parameters (System – Mobility)” .Enable Enterprise Feature Access - True .Enable voice Access - True .Enable Voice Access Number - 12345678
Step2.CREATING PARTITION Goto Call Routing -> Class of Control -> Partition .Test_MVA_Partition
Step3.CREATING CALLING SEARCH SPACE Goto Call Routing -> Class of Control -> Calling Search Space .Name of the CSS: - Test_MVA_MC_CSS .Selected partition: - Test_MVA_Partition
Step4.CONFIGURING MEDIA RESOURCES Goto MEDIA Resources -> Mobile Voice Access Put the Mobile Voice Access Directory Number. .DN:3456 .Partition:Test_MVA_Partition
Step5.MOBILE VOICE ACCESS SERVICE. Goto Tools -> Control Center – Feature Services
Step6.Restart the “Cisco Unified Mobile Voice Access Service”.
Step7.ADDING H.323 VOICE GATEWAY TO CUCM. These Voice gateways will be used for playing an IVR to the caller. CSS Assigned to the Gateway Should be Test_MVA_MC_CSS
Gateway(Config)#application Gateway(Config)#service Test_MC_MVA http:// of publisher:8080>/ccmivr/pages/IVRMainpage.vxml Gateway#call application voice load Test_MC_MVA Next Step is to add two dial-peer to the voice gateway:-
! dial-peer voice 1234 voip service Test_MC_MVA session target ipv4: incoming called-number 12345678 codec g711ulaw ! dial-peer voice 3456 voip preference 1 destination-pattern 3456 session target ipv4: dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric codec g711ulaw no vad
! Step8.CREATING ROUTE GROUP Goto Call Routing -> Route/Hunt -> Route Group Click on Add New Name of the Route Group : - Test_MVA_MC_RG Distribution Algorithm : - Circular
Step9.CREATING ROUTE LIST Name of the Route List :- MVA_MC_RL
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