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Audiocodes MP-112, MP-114, MP-118 VoIP Analog Gateways

Audiocodes MP-112, MP-114, MP-118 VoIP Analog Gateways

Audiocodes MP-112, MP-114, MP-118 VoIP Analog Gateways

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has anyone out there been able to utilize/integrate any of the Audiocodes MP-112, MP-114, MP-118 VoIP Analog Gateways with Call Manager? I am on CUCM version 8.5 and am not able to find any integration documents. I have them working in an Avaya CS1000 environment but would like to use them in our Cisco environment as well.


Thanks in advance

Andy Ramirez
NNCSS BCM 3.0

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RE: Audiocodes MP-112, MP-114, MP-118 VoIP Analog Gateways

I also have AudioCodes SIP ATAs in my mixed Cisco/Avaya CS1000 environment. All of the AudioCodes boxes are configured as SIP endpoints in the Aura Session Manager. If I want to configure a DID out of one of the Cisco sites, I just create a translation pattern in CM to send the call over the SIP trunk to Session Manager. The translation pattern takes the DID and prepends a 'location code' to the DN. Session Manager then routes the call to the proper SIP ATA based on the 'location code'.

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