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Why CUBE is implemented, can't we have a SIP enabled Gateway instead? Are both the same?

What is the advantage of Gatekeeper based CAC over CUCM location based CAC?

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Hi

CUBE is one kind of gateway only. We earlier used to call it as IP-IP gateway.  SIP enabled gateway is not always CUBE , CUBE need two voice call leg i.e. one VOIP leg for incoming call and another for outgoing leg for the same call.

Gatekeeper call admission control provides great flexibility:

Gatekeepers  reduce configuration overhead by eliminating the need to configure a  separate H.323 device for each remote Cisco Unified Communications  Manager that is connected to the IP WAN.

A  gatekeeper can determine the IP addresses of devices that are  registered with it, or you can enter the IP addresses explicitly.

The gatekeeper supports the H.323 protocol and uses the H.225 protocol to make calls.

The gatekeeper can perform basic call routing in addition to call admission control.

You can connect up to 100 Cisco Unified Communications Manager clusters to a single gatekeeper.

Regards

Ronak Patel

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Blue

Some queries

Hi

CUBE is one kind of gateway only. We earlier used to call it as IP-IP gateway.  SIP enabled gateway is not always CUBE , CUBE need two voice call leg i.e. one VOIP leg for incoming call and another for outgoing leg for the same call.

Gatekeeper call admission control provides great flexibility:

Gatekeepers  reduce configuration overhead by eliminating the need to configure a  separate H.323 device for each remote Cisco Unified Communications  Manager that is connected to the IP WAN.

A  gatekeeper can determine the IP addresses of devices that are  registered with it, or you can enter the IP addresses explicitly.

The gatekeeper supports the H.323 protocol and uses the H.225 protocol to make calls.

The gatekeeper can perform basic call routing in addition to call admission control.

You can connect up to 100 Cisco Unified Communications Manager clusters to a single gatekeeper.

Regards

Ronak Patel

Please rate helpful posts by clicking stars below the answer.

Regards Ronak Patel Rate all helpful post by clicking stars below the answer.
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