Will this feasible with different dest IP address or need to assign different sip port for each one?
It would be grateful if you provide your thoughts on followings:
•1. Can we change sip trunk port on CUCM to 5070 or (5062 - 5069) and if yes how it could be? Currently we set to 5060 and if we try change to 5062-5070, it’s not working as getting fast busy tone and calls are not reaching upto CUBE itself.
•2. We have set up of 1st sip trunk with one service provider with 5060 port for both inbound/outbound and we have another SIP trunk for Right fax with 5060. Will this Config of same port for 2 different setup feasible for future perspective.
•3. In future we will have 2nd SIP Trunk from another service provider, during those scenario can we place same port 5060 for 2nd SIP trunk which will be directing to same CUBE which we are using now for 1st SIP trunk.
•4. What could be the advantages/Disadvantages if we use same port for two sip trunk and Right fax?
SIP Trunk port setup on cucm for 2 service provider
Thanks for reply, Yes that setting we did it during testing.
I am wondering to find out to see the answer for the following,
We have Right Fax server with SIP Trunk port 5060, today we tested SIP Trunk with CUBE with 5060 and both are working. In future we have another SIP Trunk from 2nd service provider. In that case port 5060 will work for all scenario?
I know for 2 service provider, it's feasilbe and we can seggregate the traffice for two service provider by priorities the traffic on dial peers,but just wanted to confirm about the port 5060?
dial-peer voice 1 voip
description calls to SP 1st service provider
"bind to Loopback0"
dial-peer voice 2 voip
description calls to SP 2nd service provider
"bind to Gi 0/0"
and voice-class sip bind control source-interface GigabitEthernet0/0 and L0
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