How do I configure MGCP?
Configuration Steps Click on Add a New Gateway. Select the Router Model for Gateway type and MGCP for Device Protocol and click Next. Enter the Hostname of the router as the Domain Name, choose the Cisco CallManager Group, choose the Installed Voice Interface Cards on the appropriate slot and click Insert.
How do I reset my MGCP gateway?
Task 2: Reset the MGCP Gateway
- Choose Device > Gateway. You see a window that is similar to this:
- Click Find.
- Choose the gateway that you created.
- Click Reset Gateway.
- Choose Reset Gateway.
- Click Reset.
- Return to Task 1: Monitor the MGCP Gateway in order to complete the steps again.
What is MGCP port?
MGCP is a Call Agent/Endpoint protocol, where the Endpoint is controlled by a Call Agent of some type. MGCP uses TCP port 2428 and UDP port 2427. TCP port 2428 in MGCP is used to open a new socket with the Call Agent to determine if the connection can be established.
What is MGCP backhaul?
MGCP PRI backhaul is a method for transporting complete IP telephony signaling information from an ISDN PRI interface in an MGCP gateway to Cisco Unified Communications Manager using a highly reliable TCP connection. A rich set of user-side and network-side ISDN PRI calling functions is supported by MGCP PRI backhaul.
What port does MGCP use?
TCP port 2428
MGCP uses TCP port 2428 and UDP port 2427. TCP port 2428 in MGCP is used to open a new socket with the Call Agent to determine if the connection can be established.
How do I troubleshoot Cisco voice gateway?
An overview of the Voice Call Flow and Telephony Architecture in a Cisco Router is presented, followed by a step-by-step VoIP troubleshooting approach presented in these steps: Verify digital and analog signaling. Verify digits received and sent from the analog and digital voice ports. Verify end-to-end VoIP signaling.
What is h323 protocol?
H. 323 is, much like SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), a protocol designed for the setup, management, and termination of a media session. It is one of a set of standards from the ITU-T, which defines a large set of protocols to provide audio and visual communication over a computer network.