I have a Call Manager installation that is very old...3.3(3)sr2...in a 2 server cluster. I am migrating it to a CUCM 18.104.22.16800-18 cluster in the near future. But the question I have is related to my voice gateway, a VG200. Some feedback from peers is that the VG200 can be replaced with several Cisco devices; ATA, Router, etc. My specific question relates to the "best" replacement solution for longevity purposes. The VG200 "show version" contains the following information, and bolded is the relevant hardware pieces:
Question 1 is what are some of your recommendations for the hardware replacement? Is there a fairly straight forward, moderately inexpensive and robust enough hardware solution to replace this VG200 with?
Question 2 is would any of you recommend running the VG200 replacement with my staged CUCM 7.x cluster in parallel to the operational Call Manager 3.3 installation until I cut the old system to the new?
I appreciate any recommendations, lessons learned and ideas that you may have.
Hello, Mark. Most VG200 are already End of Life/ End of Sale. Whereas the VG202XM and VG204XM are the direct replacements, are these the models that you currently have? Feel free to e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you have additional concerns. Kind regards.
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