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How can I send SIP calls to an H.323 Cisco Network?

How can I send SIP calls to an H.323 Cisco Network?

Thanks,

Alejandro

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Re: How can I send SIP calls to an H.323 Cisco Network?

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Re: How can I send SIP calls to an H.323 Cisco Network?

I understand Cisco gateways already support SIP and H323 calls, but

this is not enough to operate a real heterogeneous network.

In a heterogeneous network you can have:

- endpoints that support both protocols and others that support only one;

- external calls from third parties using SIP or H323,

And you want to:

- allow full interconnection between originators and terminators with alternative routing paths

- apply a global protocol-independent routing policy

- have protocol-independent CDR sources, even for endpoints that

do not generate call records

How Cisco expect to meet these requirements?

Regards,

Alejandro

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Re: How can I send SIP calls to an H.323 Cisco Network?

Alejandro,

I am afraid Cisco has not been able to meet these requirements yet. My company is in business for doing just that. We provide a way for you to interconnect H323 and SIP networks seamlessly, in addition to addressing all your additional concerns above (all inclusive). Check out our website at www.nextone.com, or send me an email (epatasse@nextone.com) so i can get you some addtional and most up-to-date info on our solution.

You are actually touching on a serious interoperabilty issue that is prohibitting many ISPs from taking full advantage of the emerging SIP technology while having the luxary of keeping legacy H323 netwroks/customers.

Regards

E.

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