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    Default STCAPP for FXS Ports

    Does anyone have some examples of using STCAPP? I want to create an ephone from an FXS port but I cant find complete documentation?

    Thanks for the help
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    I played around with this a bit at one point for funzies – From what I remember, you have to activate the STCAPP service and associate it with a CCM group (CME is fine). Then you put the voice port under CM control via a dial-peer:

    dial-peer voice 100 pots
    service stcapp
    port 0/0/0

    Then create the phantom ephone. You can find the dummy MAC address here:

    #sh stcapp device summary

    Total Devices: 2
    Total Calls in Progress: 0
    Total Call Legs in Use: 0

    Port Device Device Call Dev Directory Dev
    Identifier Name State State Type Number Cntl
    ---------- --------------- -------- ------------- ------- ----------- ----
    0/0/0 AN260B1DFF80000 IS IDLE ALG 1020 CME
    0/0/1 AN260B1DFF80001 IS IDLE ALG 1021 CME

    So for voice-port 0/0/0, the dummy MAC address of the ephone would look like this:

    ephone 9
    device-security-mode none
    mac-address 60B1.DFF8.0000
    type anl
    button 1:20

    These 2 links should be enough info:

    Using STCAPP to make a FXS port a SCCP phone | UC500.com
    FXS and SCCP - how do they get together? | UC500.com

    Good luck! If you get stuck post back and I'll try to build a quick config in the lab.
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    Thanks for the help pit viper. I actually ran accross some of the same info yesterday and got it working late last night. Its a long way to go to get a phone to ring!!

    I wonder if you can do somthing similar when using SIP ?
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