You'd have to configure the MX300 as a standalone H323 system, this can be done by configuring the following on the endpoint from either the web interface, remote, or SSH.
Configuration > H323 > CallSetup Mode > Direct
And one or both of the following:
Configuration > H323 > H323Alias > E164
Configuration > H323 > H323Alias > ID
If you plan on allowing external endpoints outside of your network to be able to connect to you, you'll need to do additional configuration on the the endpoint as well as your firewall.
Regarding using a standalone TCS, the preferred method is using a call control server such as VCS, without the use of a VCS, you'll only be able to make 1 recording at a time using the default recording alias and template, so you're really limited and not able to use the TCS to it's full recording potential. If you had a VCS, you could record up to the maximum connections the server can establish for recordings, either 5 or 10 ports depending on which one you purchased.The endpoint would simple dial the TCS IP address, which will use the default recording alias and template.
Correct, there is a default recording alias that is used when no alias is specified, this will be used when calling the TCS IP. There were some older discussions on using the TCS as a standalone server here in the forums, but I couldn't find them though.
As Martin pointed out, without a multisite license on the MX300 to allow for it to host multiple participants connected to it at one time, you'll only be able to connect to a single site, ie: the TCS.
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