I have 3 locations, all connected with MPLS via our ISP, and each location has a UC540. I would like to be able to dial site-to-site without using the Multisite Manager in CCA, as this creates it's own VPN tunnel for the site-to-site traffic. I read that I could do it by configuring the dial-peers with CLI, but am unsure how to make the routes between the boxes. Any help would be appreciated!
I do, and that is my question. I am unsure of how to configure the dial-peers for the site-to-site. I am familar with setting translation rules for normal calling, but I don't know how to do the site-to-site setup.
Thank you very much. I saw the pattern in my conf for going to voicemail, but wasn't sure of the exact configuration for setting the site-to-site dialing up. So each box would need to have both of those, as one is one location and one is the other. I also assume that I would have to add a dial-peer voice 300 voip for the 3rd location, correct?
Correct on the first part. You shouldn't need a 3rd one as each site connects to 2 other sites. Default codec is G.729 so you may need to change that depending upon your setup. You will also need to make sure the session-target IP address is the IP address you have H323 binded to on the remote UC540.
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