CME-CUE on two different routers

Posted: July 14, 2006 by cciestudy in Callmanager Express, Cisco Unity Express

If you need to integrate CME with a CUE on a different chassis, you would need the following.

1. Create a h323 dial-peer in CME gateway and point it to the gateway that hosts CUE.

2. Create a SIP dial-peer in the gateway that hosts CUE to point to CUE ip address.

You cannot create a SIP dial-peer on the CME gateway and point it directly to the CUE IP Address.

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Comments
  1. Benjamin Du says:

    a. On the host gateway
    voice service voip
    allow-connections h323 to sip

    b. On the CME gateway, the h323 dial-peer must be configured dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric

  2. Omer Tasaddaq says:

    I have one reomote site where i have Cisco Router 2801 as a voice gateway connected with cisco call manager 7.1. Protocol is H.323. Everything is working fine as far as outgoing call is concerened. For incoming call, we need an Auto Attendant. Can i use AutoAttendant of our Main Office which is having Cisco Router 2951 with CUE and which is also connected to same Callmanager and same protocol is running i.e H.323.

    How to tell remote voice gateway to goto main site router to use Auto Attendant/ IVR. Thanks

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