What does the "SIP proxy address" do on an MCU, for example the MSE8510? I read the online help, but I'm still not clear on what it does, or can do when calls are placed. What is the prefeered setting, blank or insert an address such as the VCS?
I didn't get the exact question. You can choose MCU to register with H.323 as well as SIP both. It all depends..
yes, thats right if you register the MCU as SIP to VCS then the SIP calls from MCU will go through the VCS only, and that's what we want isn't it ?? That's the whole point of having a SIP proxy in the network.
Apart from MCU registeration you can also register the specific conf to the VCS with SIP or H.323 depending on the deployment.
Also please keep in mind if the endpoint protocol in use is SIP and MCU registration is only H.323 then in that case the VCS will do a interwork and uses a traversal license which i think no one wants.!!
Sorry, we have our MCU registered in both protocols, was just trying to figure out what that particular settings does when registered as SIP to a VCS. Still don't understand though, we've been running our MCU registered to the VCS, but the SIP proxy address in the bottom of the SIP settings page has been empty, should it remain empty or put in our VCS address?
I’m not fully understand what need to be archive here, but important to understand that VCS always trying to establish native call before trying to interworking call within same priority.
If looking the way to force to make interworking call, MCU should not register, should not use same search rule(s), or multiple search rules with same priority that matching MCU both SIP/H.323 as call protocol.
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