We are currently running Call Manager 4.1. I am requested to create a route from Call Manager to the 3rd party propriety system via Sip trunk. The 3rd party system admin said that we cannot send an internal IP. It has to be a public IP.
Currently our site is running MGCP. How can i send this traffic via a sip trunk to the proprietry system. I have some ideas. Such as creating a 2nd gateway but making it an H323 gateway and then create a SIP dial peer with the 3rd party's public IP in the SIP dial Peer. Is this possible or do i need to tear down my MGCP gateway and make it into a H323 Gateway. Then add the dial peer?
Please advice on my solution or if their is a better/ easy way to do this?
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