Wondering if anyone has been succesful in configuring QSig to manage "messy dial plans" Essentialy, what we've got are several PBX's we intend to connect to CCM via 6608, however with thousands of non-sequential extensions on the PBX's we are looking for a solution to not have to build out several thousand route patterns. QSig was brought up as an option but I am wondering if anyone has done this before? I am also wondering due to the config on the PBX's, where each PBX can route any dialed number to the appropriate PBX, whether QSig will even function in the way described because the called number will still be recognized as valid on any given PBX. Input would be appreciated.
Cisco CallManager supports the following aspects of the QSIG protocol: QSIG basic call, DID, supplementary services such as name identification services, and certain QSIGgeneric functions services for support of supplementary services. Cisco offers support for Q.SIG basic call and ID services for selected MGCP- controlled gateways and for selected PBX. ID services support depends upon the PBX type. The system design guides provide details of compatible PBX software loads, configuration, and operational caveats. Currently supported gateways include WS-6608-T1, WS-6608-E1, Cisco Access Digital Trunk Gateway DT-24+, and Cisco Access Digital Trunk Gateway DE-30+.
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