Re: How to make Polycom IP phone work with CISCO CME?
The Ip Phones Polycom use the SIP for communication, you'll have to create a pool to sip ip phones, do not know if you have tried to do that, but Cisco does not guarantee the functioning of the features in devices from other manufacturers.
Below is an example
voice register global mode cme source-address 192.168.5.223 port 5060 max-dn 50 max-pool 36 timezone 13 time-format 24 hold-alert tftp-path flash: create profile sync 0380829064185296 ! voice register dn 1 number 11 call-forward b2bua noan 11111 timeout 10 name 11 no-reg label Reception - 11 ! voice register pool 1 id mac 000B.8204.36AD number 1 dn 1 voice-class codec 1
Your original post said you had a Polycom IP phone, which would imply the phone plugs directly into the network. For that to work with CME, as the original poster stated, you'd configure it via SIP to SIP CME and it would be best effort and not officially supported.
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