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    Default What do sip providers provide to terminate the connections?

    Once you order a trunk what information do they provide to get the sip trunk going.
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    They will give you all the information you need to know, IPs etc. If they don't, just ask and they will surely get it to you!
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    Well that was specific lol.. j/k. I wanted to know if they provided anything more besides ip's to get it going on my end.
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    Specifics will depend on your exact order and the provider which you placed it with. Usually you will get a packet with all the IP address, hand off information, a scheduled tech (if needed) etc to complete the turn up.
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    Ok..Gotcha
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    Depends. You may just be putting a public IP on your gateway and routing all calls through the internet. The other thing maybe working with a carrier and they hand you a cable. Ask for a Ethernet hand off if available on your device and from there end. You mentioned CME's before. Is this a UC500 system or a ISR router?
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    You may have to buy a Ethernet card is you don't have a spare on the router, or there are a few other solutions which I won't say, because as networker said it depends on what the carrier tells you. Don't fear its not as bad as you think
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    Have you ever worked with Nextiva? As far as adding any cards it wouldn't be an issue we have cisco equipment here so it's a matter of taking it out of inventory.
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    I have never heard of them, but this isnt' a true SIP trunk. This is them giving you a IAD and you plug into a VWIC on site.
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    Do you have providers you can recommend?
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    I'm going to assume the acronym for IAD is Integrated Access Device. It doesn't seem like thats the case. Actually, went through the live chat with the provider (ask and you shall receive) they said "we will give you the SIP auth details and proxy server info and you install the Trunks on your PBX". In turn I answered my original question.
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    If thats the case it looks like its just a connection from you voice gateway. On there site they mentioned giving out IAD. I would still need more details on what they sent you.
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    Yup will keep you updated on my progress. My boss mentioned wanting to add a cisco aironet for the wireless and he using a 7921 wireless phone. Thats just dandy... I know its really off the topic but I heard that the cisco aironet ap's aren't the best have you had any experience with those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmarcisco View Post
    Yup will keep you updated on my progress. My boss mentioned wanting to add a cisco aironet for the wireless and he using a 7921 wireless phone. Thats just dandy... I know its really off the topic but I heard that the cisco aironet ap's aren't the best have you had any experience with those.

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    How is the qos on the wireless cisco phones? Any echoing or static?
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    we dont't have any problem at any of our sites and most of our lans are AutoQos except for the sites with Data centers where we came up with the polices.
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    Oh and you mentioned that on the website they mention providing a IAD I read that but they mean if you have regular analog phone system. Man today has been a long day its been a craptastic day... Hows your day been going Sho?
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    1. Studying a Multicast over MPLS VPN for our paging system
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    Actually sounds pretty darn interesting except for the uccx scripting for a language you can't speak sounds like that'll be a pain.
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    It can be cool at times, but its also a pain. Right now things are great. I work as a contractor and my current client doesn't ride me. I deliver what they ask for, and we are all happy. I have dealt with other people who would like to treat me as a employee, get me involved in politics, and who look at me and for whatever reason want to pay me pennies.
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    If they provide a true sip hand off then you would just have it over Ethernet if they provide an iad then you're probably looking at at sip to pri handoff

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