This tool helps validate Dial-Plan configuration of CUBE (Cisco Unified Border Element) and emulate call routing and number manipulation feature of CUBE. This tool eliminates the need of having entire UC solution setup to validate CUBE configuration and removes the dependency on service provider to generate real calls to test dial-plan and SIP Interoperability issues.
Key features of this tool,
Call routing logic ported from IOS
E164 and URI Dialing feature support
Supports 10 complex call routing features
Simple and Friendly user interface with 2 Input modes
Output SIP Invite generation
Real-time config editing and testing
Hover feature to quickly review config
Tool supports following call routing features
Dial-peer server group
Outgoing SIP Invite Generation
Following are the 2 Input modes supported by tool
1. Calling / Called Number
2. SIP Message
Output from the tool
1. For "Calling / Called Number" input mode - Tool will display dial-plan information and its respective configuration block
2. For "SIP Message: input mode - Tool will display outbound SIP Message along with dial-plan information
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