inter cluster trunk/ ip to ip communication with remote office without ccm
We've both ipipgateway configured to communicate with each other. Attachment pngipipgw1 is our local voice router with destination pattern 3XXXX that need to link with other country Japan with destination pattern 7xxxx . All other country locations is ok except the japan which are using non cisco callmanager to link to our local site with cisco call manager 4.1(3) with destination pattern 3XXXX.
Q1.) Based on the ipipgateway configurations of both parties, please advise any finding/thoughts?
Q2.)At our local site, We have nm-hdv with 2 pvdm simm that configured as dspfarm transcoder. Is it enough to have only 2 pvdm simm out of 5 in the nm-hdv? If we add in new pvdm, do we need any configuration at the voice gateway or we just plug in the hardware?
Re: inter cluster trunk/ ip to ip communication with remote offi
Trunk configuration in Cisco CallManager Administration depends on the network design and call control protocols that are used in the IP WAN. All protocols require that either a signaling interface (trunk) or a gateway must be created to accept and originate calls. For some IP protocols, such as MGCP, you configure trunk signaling on the gateway. You specify the type of signaling interface when you configure the gateway in Cisco CallManager. For example, to configure QSIG connections to Cisco CallManager, you must add an MGCP voice gateway that supports QSIG protocol to the network. You then configure the T1 PRI or E1 PRI trunk interface to use the QSIG protocol type
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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.