I have 14 vg224's that are configured as IOS SCCP gateways. I can manually configure the ports in CCM but the ports will not auto register like they did on a vg248. Does this feature still work, if so, any thoughts on getting it to work? ccm 4.2(3). I have auto-reg working with IP phones (using it with TAPS).
I recommend using vg224 with h323 if there are going to be any fax/modem traffic on them. You will need to configure the dial peers in the vg224 for dialing out and route patterns in the ccm for dialing in. It really comes down to what type of analog device you will be using this for.
As far as ccm config.
Device->Gateway->Add New Gateway
Type in the MGCP domain name which is the hostname of you vg224 and make sure the hostname is pingable from your ccm. I normally put this name/ip combo in the "hosts" file.
.choose h323 then the h225 protocol is automatically chosen (only available option)
.Now input the IP address of the vg into the domain name field (or use a DNS/Hosts name but I usually use IP myself). Then you configure route patterns to point to the gateway.
The auto registration issue is not resolved. I was in a time crunch so I had to configure them manually. The SQL fix described earlier did not fix my issue. The SQL entry was already there.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.