In last 2 tutorials , I configured CUCME for basic sip trunk setup to a VOIP Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) as well as configured advanced configuration for inbound and outbound dial-peer setup and call processing.In this tutorial, I will be setting up Cisco IP Communicator (CIPC) for making/receiving calls to/from SIP VOIP Service Provider.
Remember, you will need a SIP VOIP Internet Phone Service Account in order to setup this tutorial .If you haven’t signed up for an account yet , get yourself a Free SIP ITSP Signup account here before moving forward.
You can download Complete Tutorial Series here including this video tutorial
Complete Tutorial Series contains :
- How to Setup CME SIP trunk to VOIP SIP Service Provider -Basic Config – Part1a
- How to Setup CME SIP trunk to VOIP SIP Service Provider -Advanced Config -Part1b
- How to Setup CME SIP trunk to VOIP SIP Service Provider – Part 2
- How to Setup CME SIP trunk to VOIP SIP Service Provider – Part 3
Complete Tutorial Series Download Link
NOTE : If you are also interested in Cisco Unified CME Integration to SkypeConnect (Skype for SIP) Service , check this tutorial post instead (which includes this CUCME VOIP SIP Trunk tutorial series as well )
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