New Training: Cisco Collaboration: Configure/Troubleshoot Voice Gateways
In this 8-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Lalo Nunez covers Cisco Voice Gateways. Gain an understanding of DTMF, voice translation rules and profiles, codec preference lists, dial peers, and ISDN PRI/BRIs. Watch this new Cisco training.
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This training includes:
- 8 videos
- 1 hour of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
- Intro: Configure/Troubleshoot Voice Gateways
- Cisco Voice Gateways
- Digital Voice Ports
- Configure MGCP Gateway
- MGCP Gateway Verification
- Configure H.323 Gateway
- PRI debug & show commands
- Configure E1 PRI
What is a Voice Gateway?
A voice gateway is a device used for call termination when you require communication between your IP telephony infrastructure and a PSTN (public switched telephone network) or other non-IP devices, such as PBXs (private branch exchanges), analog phones, fax machines and modems.
A trunk interface lets you specify how the voice gateway will communicate with the non-IP devices. It does this through time-division-multiplexing (TDM) signaling.
The Cisco Unified Communication Manager (CUCM) supports the following voice gateways:
- Standalone Voice Gateways
- MGCP Gateways
- H.323 Gateways
- SIP Gateways
CUCM also supports a number of TDM interfaces, such as digital T1/E1, Foreign Exchange Office (FXO) and Foreign Exchange Station (FXS), which are dependent on the Cisco gateway that you are using.