What kind of non-IOS gateway are you trying to register with CCM ? Since the command in question is an IOS based command, why would it matter to a non-IOS gateway ? I guess i am not clearly understanding your question here..
The events in this package all refer to media streams (connections).
I don't know the answer to your exact question, but can tell you that if you use the ccm-manager config feature in IOS, CallManager will configure all that for you and you don't have to worry about what packages need to be enabled.
The only commands I see on a router configured using ccm-manager config are:
mgcp package-capability rtp-package
mgcp package-capability sst-package
no mgcp package-capability fxr-package
In MGCP a call connection involves a series of events and signals,such as off-hook status, a ringing signal, or a signal to play an announcement,that are specific to the type of endpoint involved in the call.
MGCP groups these events and signals into packages.
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