I have had a little experience with primarily CME several years ago and will be learning Call Mgr 9.x starting in a few weeks. In the interim, I have a question I am trying to get answered. My experience in the past was with using ISDN PRI's for voice. In the environment I was in, I used the site router as the termination point. If I understand the terminology correctly, that would make it a voice gateway ?
What is the best way to terminate a SIP Trunk connection ? Do I still terminate it at a site router and then point Call Manager to that or do I terminate the SIP Trunk directly on the Call Manager server ? Since I will be running CM on a Cisco UCS C chassis, that might change things a little bit.
The provider we are looking at will feed us the SIP Trunk connection over a separate ethernet interface from the one we already have from them that our internet connection comes in over. They have told us that they will provision this over a private vlan that only they and us will be able to see. None of thie r other clients will be able to see the address space that the SIP Trunk will be using.
Thanks for the book reference. Will take a look at it and probably get it ordered.
The provider we are looking to use has Fiber in our building and terminates to a Cisco ME switch. As they described it, they will configure an access port on the ME Switch and feed the SIP trunk over that.
Thanks for the link. This is a project I inherited and the money was budgeted and spent before I came on board.
I thought that we would have to use CUBE from what little I understood but was told there was no CUBE licensing purchased. We will only be terminating 6 SIP Paths turned up at this point. More may come later but that is an unknown at this point.
Is there a way I can terminate the SIP Trunk without using CUBE or is the a level of "free" licenses for the level I am looking at ?
Thanks to both of you on the CUBE info. I have reached out to the reseller that CM 9.x was bought from to see what the licenses are going to cost. Not really going to enjoy having this conversation with my boss.
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