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Cisco IP phone working without a callmanager

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Hello,

 

please is it possible to configure Unified communcations without a Callmanager

 

like this setup below

 

2600Router----------Switch------------IP Phone and all the phones are working....................please how will i cum about it, i need to deploy this solution at home..thanks

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Hi,

 

U can use pure VOIp solution ( h323/sip ) or use the express solution

 

regards

 

 

 

 

Hello,

 

please is it possible to configure Unified communcations without a Callmanager

 

like this setup below

 

2600Router----------Switch------------IP Phone and all the phones are working....................please how will i cum about it, i need to deploy this solution at home..thanks

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Hi,

 

have you heard about SRST in CUCM?? Its simple as making the phone work without CUCM.. So the Gateway will act as the call processor and the phones will register with the Gateway!!

 

Check for SRST configs on the CCO Site..

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Hello,

 

please is it possible to configure Unified communcations without a Callmanager

 

like this setup below

 

2600Router----------Switch------------IP Phone and all the phones are working....................please how will i cum about it, i need to deploy this solution at home..thanks

 

As rightly said by Vinay, you can choose to have a Cisco Call Manager Express which i think is one the easy way to deploy IP Phones.

 

-->Have a Suitable IOS for ur Cisco 2800 Series and download the CME File which will be around 50 to 70 Mb from Cisco Software center.

-->Copy the file using ur TFTP to the Router

-->Have the CCNA Voice book by Jeremy on how to perform the basic config.

 

U May also refer:

 

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/admin/configuration/guide/cmeadm.html

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps5520/products_configuration_example09186a008037f2a9.shtml

 

Hope this Helps!

 

Regds

Karthik

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Hi,

 

I agree with vinay, you should use a voip gateway using H.323 or SIP for your phones.

 

Att,

 

Bruno Silva

Telecommunications Analyst

CCNA/CCDA/CCNP/CCDP/CCSP

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