All, Im trying to configure a vg224 to do MGCP with a CUCM 6.x. I have it registered with the callmanager successfully, and I have at this point one fxs port configured. I feel like something is missing though, and Id like your opinion on it. It just seems to me like the voice port needs to be configured with something, but Im not sure what exactly, if anything. Would you guys mind looking over this config and seeing if there is anything you would add? Im using this to connect a bunch of fax machines to this vg224, which callmanager will process. I dont plan on doing any fallback on this, although maybe I should. Anyway, Id like your opinion on this, especially since I cant test this in my lab, as I dont have a amphenol cable with me. Thanks.
Your configuration is fine. The POTS dial-peer for your port is MGCP controlled by CUCM so you do not need anything additional configured there.
From a fax perspective, you appear to have passthrough and Cisco fax relay enabled. In this case, Cisco fax relay will have precedence. Just make sure that you have Cisco fax relay configured on your other voice gateways as well and this configuration should work fine for faxes.
Hey, sorry I havent responded. I didnt realize this thread was still going. Yes, it all worked out ok. All the control was with the CUCM and configuration was done only on the CUCM. No worries about the config directly on the vg224.
Thanks Joseph, I have the VG224 registered with CCM but i was a little worried since i have no analog phone to test with (i will next week) that there might be something wrong when i get these analog phones.
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