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reduce rates on international calls...

hi all..

does anyone has anyidea how to use sip/ internet calling for international calls on Cisco call manager 6.1.3. We have a huge amount of bill on our international calls now we are looking for some other options like skype or nymgo but how to integrate this i really dont have any idea.. any device needed.. or any configuration please advice asap...

its urgent,...

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Cisco Employee

Re: reduce rates on international calls...

You'll use a SIP trunk on CM.  You may need a CUBE between CM and the service provider, depending on what the service provider wants to see.  IF they need early offer on outbound calls or DN registration, you'll need a CUBE.

Here is a guide for skype to a uc500.  It walks through the CCA config, but you should be able to reverse engineer a CUBE config from that, if you know what you're doing.

Your service provider may have sample configs for Cisco gear, too.  Otherwise, start configuring and watch SIP messages to see what happens, and tweak/act accordingly.


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Re: reduce rates on international calls...

Thanks for the answer... looks to me a ray of hope ... but really dont know how to configure this.. can you please elobrate this.. u understand my requirment .. dont u.. i want to use internet for my international calls.. using some sip provider settings.. please guide how this can be possible

Cisco Employee

Re: reduce rates on international calls...

No one is going to be able to just throw you a working configuration for something like this.  You're going to need to do some research and learn about how thw products work and interface with SIP peers.

First, check out these documents.

CUBE Configuration Guide:


If you aren't familiar with the SIP protocol, you'll want to brush up on that, too:

From there, give configuration a shot, and if you have a specific issue, feel free to ask.