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    ok my boss said he will give me 2 1760 with the pvdms, 1 3524poe, 4 7940 phones. I already have cme, software for cipt, 1 2620xm (12.4)and 2 2950. I am trying to closely follow the diagram posted in the sticky. What else do I need to complete the ccnav lab. What can i use for the pstn?
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    Hi guys i'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Here's the situation: I was recently given (5) 1760 Cisco Routers with non CME IOS loaded on them from my work and I just finished buying 128mb dram for all five of them. So they are maxed out at dram and have 32mb flash each. I succesfully installed this image: c1700-adventerprisek9-mz.124-15.T14 on one of them for testing. According to Cisco Feature Navigator this image has CME. This is what I get in the CLI with that image installed:

    Router#sh tel
    Router#sh telephony-service all
    telephony-service is not enabled

    What am I missing and/or what am I doing wrong?
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    You'll need to enable the telephony-service, you can do this by telling it how many ephone's and dn's to allow (this is IOS and hardware dependant).

    telephony-service
    max-dn 10
    max-ephone 10

    sh telephony-service

    All will then be well... max-dn and max-ephone is all that was missing
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    Quote Originally Posted by azaghul View Post
    You'll need to enable the telephony-service, you can do this by telling it how many ephone's and dn's to allow (this is IOS and hardware dependant).

    telephony-service
    max-dn 10
    max-ephone 10

    sh telephony-service

    All will then be well... max-dn and max-ephone is all that was missing
    Sweet got it working now thanks so much!! How would I go about getting the GUI for CME? I have a .tar file but I don't quite know what to do with it
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    The CME .tar file is usually IOS specific, so you'll need a matched set.

    As the 1760 is flash: poor, you'll need to extract the tar file, and remove any components you won't need.

    These would usually be files for phones you don't have (797x are usually fairly large) and unneeded ring tones (if pushed). Which files belong to which phone? Ahhhh.... on the Cisco site, search for "Cisco Unified CME and Cisco IOS Software Version Compatibility Matrix" this should point you in the right direction. With the 1760, as it only supports a "flat" file system, make sure you have no embeded directories in the tar. If it has you'll need to rebuild it in a flat format. 7zip supports .tar if needed.

    With these "small" hurdles out of the way, set up your tftp server same as you'd do for an IOS upgrade, and use the command:

    archive tar /extract tftp://<tftp ip address>/<cme filename>.tar flash:

    then wait!
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    wow that's a lot to digest but i'll get working on it and hopefully I won't run into any trouble *fingers crossed* thank you so much I really appreciate your help!
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    so right now i got a bid on the 1760 router but found out there is a 1760 v... should have researched more before bidding but if I win will the 1760 be fine for studying for voice? i don't plan on using it up to a pbx or anything.. just local calling within the network.
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    There is no real difference between a vanilla 1760 and the 1760-V, it just comes with extra flash and DRAM.
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    thanks good info to know lol but I didn't win the auction any how.
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    Arrow Call connectors

    Hi all,
    I am new to this forum, not sure if I came to the right place.
    Just checking if anyone had any experience with call connectors with CME (2900 routers or UC5xx).
    Please guide/share your experience.

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    #86
    Hi, I am coming to the end of my CCNA Studies and hoping to tackle CCNA Voice before I build up to the CCNP. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what else I would need to add my current lab at home for the CCNA Voice.

    I currently have:
    3550 SMI POE (EMI Image)
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    2611XM (128mb ram and 32mb Flash)
    Also a 1721
    Wic1T and Wic2T cards

    Any suggestions?
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    Hi,

    I am preparing for CCNA Voice. I currently have two 7200 routers and 1 Analog and 1 VoIP phone. Can you please let me know what are the add-on's that would be required for me to prepare CCNA voice lab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pataki View Post
    Hi all,
    I am new to this forum, not sure if I came to the right place.
    Just checking if anyone had any experience with call connectors with CME (2900 routers or UC5xx).
    Please guide/share your experience.

    Thank you
    I've done call connectors, what are you trying to do. They have a server version and a client version which one are you looking to install?
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    CUCM SRND 9x/10, UCCX SRND 10x, QOS SRND, SIP Trunking Guide, anything contact center related
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    Hi,
    is two switch and two ip-phone with two router enough to study for ccna voice?
    i can do all the ccna voice scenario with them?
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    Hello everyone please help
    Can i use gns3 and connect it to the real network equipmet to act as dhcp and ntp server?


    DHCP Router

    • acts as a DHCP server (the name gives it away)
    • acts as a NTP server for down-stream devices
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    Quote Originally Posted by sattar View Post
    Hello everyone please help
    Can i use gns3 and connect it to the real network equipmet to act as dhcp and ntp server?
    Yes. Connecting GNS3 to Real Networks &#45; GNS3

    There are video tutorials if you search 'connect gns3 to real lab'. I don't remember much about it, but recall doing some stuff with QinQ to make it work.
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    #92
    A few questions:

    1) DHCP/NTP Server - Is there a specific reason these need to be 2600/2600XM? Couldn't this be virtually any Cisco Router?

    2) UC-500/UC-520 - Would this replace the voice router and 1 switch? I looked it up and they appear to have 4FXO, 4FXS, a VIC Slot or T1/E1 , and an 8 Port PoE Switch.

    3) Could I use a 2821 or 3825 for the Voice Router?
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    The DHCP/NTP server can be any Cisco router or L3 switch. The 2600 series were selected based on price at the time.

    UC500 series? Yes and no.
    The Good: Great for CUCME/CUE, FXS/FXO/E1/T1 configuration.
    The Bad: Limited routing ability (static and RIPv1), no CUCM/SRST support.

    2800/3800 series make ideal voice routers, now they have come down in price significantly.
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    Hello All,

    I am new to Tech field ... would like to persue CCNA voice and trying to setup home lab .. got some questions would greatly appreciate your advice.. where can i download IOS for CISCO 2811 router 3550 switch and other CUE ver 8 s/w ...

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    Welcome!

    The easy one first...3550 switch software...if you create a guest account with Cisco, you will get free access to most, if not all, Layer 2 switch IOS images (29xx, 35xx series), and some Layer 3 switch IOS images (3550, 3560, 3750 series).

    As for the 2811, you'll need to be more creative...bittorrent is your friend ...there are also other sites out there that deal in "IT Certifications" and have "Forums"...hint, hint...

    As for CUE v8.x, that may be harder to find, and I'm fairly sure anything above v7.1 requires real licenses (and doesn't have demo licenses). While CUE is a "nice to have", I've had one for 3 years and rarely used it...the $ could really be better invested elsewhere...
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    A few questions --

    1. Are the hardware requirements the same as when this was originally posted?

    2. I'm currently building a server to run CSR-1000V on VMWare ESXi (for CCIE: R&S). What would be required (Processor, RAM, Disk Space) to run CUCM on this server also? I was planning on a Quad Core Haswell (Intel Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon) with 16-32 GB RAM and a 120-240 GB SSD.

    3. What type of CUE should I look for for a Cisco 2821?

    AIM-CUE ($130+)
    AIM2-CUE (only 1 listed on eBay - $1,299.99 - ouch!)
    NME-CUE ($499+)

    4. I currently have the following voice modules (PVDM, VIC, VWIC)

    1 x PVDM2-32
    1 x VIC2-2FXO
    3 x VWIC-1MFT-T1
    1 x VWIC-2MFT-T1

    Are there any others I would need?

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    [Edit] Almost forgot #5 could the 1861 be used instead of a UC520? It is cheaper and at first glance to appears to be similar with full routing (BGP, EIGRP, and OSPF) per CFN.
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    #97
    Yeah, this thread is probably showing its age (like the rest of us), it was designed around the original IIUC (CCNA:Voice v1), but a lot would still hold true with the addition of CUCM for a basic lab.

    1. I think the hardware still holds up (router/switch/modules)
    2. I used a Dell 2950, dual QC CPU, 32GB RAM, SSD & HDD, boot from USB (now replaced with a Dell T5400...basically the desktop equivalent and much quieter)
    3. Ideally AIM2-CUE or NME-CUE, but cost/license wise the AIM-CUE "should" serfice
    4. More PVDM's are always good, saves removing cards to test transcoding/termination/confrencing, maybe a FXS card (but FXS/FXO card config concepts are much the same)
    5. Yep, a 1861 is ideal, the main differences: 1861 supports routing and has a WIC slot, UC520 supports RIPv1 only, has a VWIC slot and wireless
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    I noticed that the 1861 comes in a version with an integrated ISE-CUE (C1861-SRST-C-F/K9). Would I be safe in assuming this operates like the AIM-CUE, except only on the 1861? The price difference (c1861-SRST-F/K9 vs. c1861-SRST-C-F/K9) is only ~$100, which would make it the cheapest option for CUE, assuming I was going to get an 1861 anyways.
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    AFAIK they can be considered the same, just a different download package from Cisco. The added benefit of the 1861 is it can be registered in CUCM as a device. They'd also make a great home router with voip/cue/poe. Thats how I use my UC520W.
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