Connecting the Cisco IOS Voice Gateway to CUCM via SIP has been the preferred way to do it in the past couple of years.
The slowly dying H323 protocol (ISDN based) is not being developed anymore while SIP (HTTP based) became the industry standard for VoIP. So whenever PSTN connection is implemented via an IOS Voice Gateway, the choice should be really between SIP & MGCP.
This is how it’s done, step by step, using SIP
Continue reading Cisco SIP Gateway configuration: The Ultimate Guide
Since Cisco has bought Acano in late 2015 and turned it into their leading product for video conferencing, a lot of questions has been raised on both commercial and technical fronts.
Continue reading Cisco Meeting Server training requirements
Prime Collaboration Assurance deployments (PCA) became very popular since Cisco has started giving it away for free (standard version) with new orders. It is indeed a great tool for those who are willing to make the effort and make it so.
Continue reading 5 Steps to ace Prime Collaboration Assurance deployment
This is a second post in the series of CUBE configuration. You can find the first one here.
In this post, I’ll cover some of the more advanced issues and scenarios that most of us are facing with CUBE configuration.
Continue reading CUBE Configuration Step-By-Step. Part 2
It’s Monday morning, you are checking your Email after a long weekend just to find out that your boss was quite busy and you have been assigned with a new project.
The good news? It involves ITSP and CUBE.
Continue reading CUBE Configuration Step-By-Step. Part 1
As you may know, starting of version 10.6 of Prime Collaboration Assurance packet capture became quite tricky. It happened due to Cisco’s decision to disable Root access on the server. Fortunately, Cisco didn’t quite swallow the key.
Continue reading On Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance Packet Capture & enabling Root access
That did not go as planned. Doubt started to cripple down my spine.
It has to work I kept mumbling to myself, but ITSP and Cisco CUBE would hear none of it, numerous times..
Continue reading How to configure Cisco CUBE with ITSP, and get to poker night on time.
UCCX 11 has been around for a while now.
And yet, some of us are deliberately
and for a good reason. Continue reading 4 New features for UCCX 11 & a huge one for UCCX 11.5
Passing the CCIE lab exam is a bitch. Why? Because there is a lot to it, and I’m not talking about technical stuff only.
Many talented technology oriented guys are failing the CCIE lab exam each day. And it’s not that they are not familiar with the technology, trust me they are. They probably spent hundreds of hours in the lab, not to mention the theoretical reading.
And still, the bigger they are the harder they fall. But Why???
Let us try to break it down. Continue reading 3 reasons you fail the CCIE lab exam. 2 of which, no one talks about.
Copywriters, brace yourselves, Unity Connection 11.5 is coming!
After discussing version 11.5 of IM&P and CUCM its Unity Connection 11.5 turn.
Although no records were broken with the number of new features, there are definitely some new exiting ones. Here is a sneak peek of what Unity Connection 11.5 has to offer. Continue reading Essential CSR 11.5 features. Part III- Unity Connection is in the mix