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Adding Remote Conferencing Resource on 3660 Router

Hi All,

I've setup a DSP farm on a remote router, connected back to my head-office (where the CMs sit) via an E1-IMA link.

When I'm adding the resource in CallManager, which MAC address do I use and how is the CallManager aware of this MAC address?

Thanks,

Stu

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Re: Adding Remote Conferencing Resource on 3660 Router

The MAC address is typically the MAC address of the ethernet interface of the router. The exact interface is specified using the command "sccp local fastethernet 0/0", for example. And the router connects to the CCM much like a phone. The command "sccp ccm 192.168.100.5 priority 1" specifies the CCM to home to. The CCM doesn't know about the router until the router attempts to register, and the router registers using it's MAC address.

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Re: Adding Remote Conferencing Resource on 3660 Router

The MAC address is typically the MAC address of the ethernet interface of the router. The exact interface is specified using the command "sccp local fastethernet 0/0", for example. And the router connects to the CCM much like a phone. The command "sccp ccm 192.168.100.5 priority 1" specifies the CCM to home to. The CCM doesn't know about the router until the router attempts to register, and the router registers using it's MAC address.

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Re: Adding Remote Conferencing Resource on 3660 Router

Thanks I'll give that a go, and get back to you.

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Re: Adding Remote Conferencing Resource on 3660 Router

Brilliant - thank you - all solved.

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