I'm actually running both on a single gateway. You can configure both mgcp and sccp on the gateway, and create both gateway types in ccm. Then, the dial-peer determines whether the voice-port will use skinny or mgcp.
It works great, but I think it could be difficult for someone else to troubleshoot, and work with in the future.
The BAT with mgcp will only configure the ports, but will do nothing with the line, so it still requires a lot of manual configuration.
I was just looking for a general recommendation to support fax and phone. In my past experience, I have had some issues with faxing over sccp that mgcp has resolved. I'm just not sure that deploying the hybrid mgcp/sccp solution is the way to go.
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