What they are trying to say is that SIP is unlike SCCP and MGCP in that the device is somewhat autonomous. This is one attribute that comes along with a peer-to-peer protocol. H.323 is the same way. If you look at a H.323 gateway in CUCM does it ever show as registered?
For SIP stations (like the Cisco 9971 or even a 3rd party SIP device like CouterPath X-Lite) they will actually register/show registered (at least in my tests).
But, I don't believe SIP trunks (e.g. gateways) will show as registered.
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