I'm receiving calls to an AS5350 from h323 gateway with a public IP and phones connected to it with local IP's. The calls are authenticated in Cisco AS by the public IP of the GW, but then cisco is seeing the private IP of the phone and is sending the rtp packets to that IP - result one way voice.
With the command "sh call active voice brief" i see the call connected and the private IP.
If your gateway can support the load and image try using a H323 proxy. You need an image supporting proxy or MCM features. The proxy terminates the RTP Streams of the devices that are configured to use it.
Looks like the H323 Proxy feature was rolled into the Cisco Multiservice Ip-to-Ip gateway. Based off what I read it does the proxy by default when this is configured. Check this out and see if this might help as well
I haven't used the proxy feature in production. I have used the Ip-to-Ip gateway with CMEs to CallManager cluster. Didn't know it had replaced the H323 proxy feature when I first posted until I did more research.
The H323 GW should be configured either with the IP-to-IP gateway feature or the legacy H323 proxy (requires GK image as well I believe). When you configure the gateway it will then terminate all the calls to the gateway that H323. The gateway will still talk to the IP Phones via their private address but your AS5350 will see the loopback address of the proxy as the media endpoint.
In my typical scenario all calls were proxied. You could probably configure it otherwise or use a separate gateway. Also I'm assuming you have access to the H323 gw you reference. If you don't you could add a GK and route to it to do the same function.
If the calls are terminating to the AS5350, then no. The 3rd party H323 gateway might have a proxy option but frankly I don't know because it's not a Cisco GW.
Now you could put a GK in front of the Gateway, configure it with proxy or Ip-to-IP GW, default route to the 3rd party gw, enable dynamic routing for your inside to the AS5350 and finally setup H323 trunks between the 3rd party GW and your AS5350. Without seeing things in complete detail this should high-level work for you.
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