Currently we are using SCCP protocol and now we are implementing a new site which has another voip solution using SIP for external international call so how can I route the call to the SIP connection?
The current setup for the voice gateway like this: gi0/0 connected to our CallManager and gi0/1 is connected to the SIP Voip service (I'm able to ping from gi0/1 to the telco end). When user try to make a international call with the prefix 9* it will goes to the gi0/1 interface. Is there any example or clue for reference? Thanks!
It sounds like you have something similar to this:
If they are both SIP, you probably do not want to use the bind command. If you have an address that both your SIP provider and CUCM can reach (DMZ), you can bind to that interface. When you bind you will only listen on that interface, however.
If you do not bind, CUBE will automatically use the IP address closest to the destination we are trying to reach. In this case, it chooses g0/0 because the route for CUCM is out of that interface, and g0/1 for the same reason for the SIP provider.
Thanks for your reply. Currently our connection is like this Telco --- E1 -- Cisco 3825 -- g0/0 --- SCCP --- CUCM which work perfectly for incoming and outgoing call. Now we would like to add addtional SIP service from another telco through Cisco 3825 g0/1 interface and using SIP protocol. So now we have done the interface configuration and routing just not sure how to route the call traffic through the g0/1 interface when pressing 9*
Please let me know if you need further information. Thanks.
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