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Cisco call types, local, onnet, offnet

Hi everybody.

I was watching a video tutorial on cisco call types > I have few questions:

Local call:

Ipphone1------Sw----CM(call manager)-------Router------Sw-----Ip phone2.

Can the call between ipphone1 and ip phone2 be termed as " local call" ?

analog phone1----Voicegateway------Sw-------Router---------CM-------Sw------ipphone1

Can the call between analogphone1 and ipphone1 be termed as local call?

ipphone1---------SW-----CM-----Sw----Ip phone2

Can the call between iphone1 and ipphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

analog phone1-----Voice gateway-----Analog phone2

Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

analogphone1-----voicegateway-----sw------vocegateway---analogphone2

Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?>

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Onnet call.

IP phone1-----sw------CM------router----Internet--------router----CM------ipphone2

Can the call between ip phone1 and ipphone2 be considered as " onnet call"?  ( both ip phones belong to same company)

 

(CompanyA)                                                  (companyB)

ipphone1----sw---CM--router1----------WAN--------router2-----CM------sw----Iphone2

Can the call in above set up between ipphone1( company A) and iphone2 ( companyB) be considered as " Onnet or offnet ?

Thanks and have a great day.

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Cisco call types, local, onnet, offnet

Sarah,

This is open to individual interpretation.

1) Ipphone1------Sw----CM(call manager)-------Router------Sw-----Ip phone2.
Can the call between ipphone1 and ip phone2 be termed as " local call" ?

If this is all over the same company IP Network then to me
this ONNET.

2) analog phone1----Voicegateway------Sw-------Router---------CM-------Sw------ipphone1
Can the call between analogphone1 and ipphone1 be termed as local call?

If this is all over the same company IP Network then to me
this ONNET.

3) ipphone1---------SW-----CM-----Sw----Ip phone2
Can the call between iphone1 and ipphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

ONNET

4) analog phone1-----Voice gateway-----Analog phone2
Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

ONNET

5) analogphone1-----voicegateway-----sw------vocegateway---analogphone2
Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?>

ONNET

6) IP phone1-----sw------CM------router----Internet--------router----CM------ipphone2
Can the call between ip phone1 and ipphone2 be considered as " onnet call"?  ( both ip phones belong to same company)

ONNET

7) (CompanyA)                                                  (companyB)

ipphone1----sw---CM--router1----------WAN--------router2-----CM------sw----Iphone2
Can the call in above set up between ipphone1( company A) and iphone2 ( companyB) be considered as " Onnet or offnet ?

OFFNET

================================================================

Here are some guidelines from the old Cisco ART config guide

–On Net—outgoing calls from one Cisco CallManager cluster to another Cisco CallManager cluster.

–Internal—calls that originated in the Cisco CallManager network and ended in the same Cisco CallManager network (no gateways are used).

–Local—local calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

–Long Distance—long distance calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

–International—international calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

As I said earlier it is all very open to your own opinion


Regards,
Alex.
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Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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Cisco call types, local, onnet, offnet

Sarah,

This is open to individual interpretation.

1) Ipphone1------Sw----CM(call manager)-------Router------Sw-----Ip phone2.
Can the call between ipphone1 and ip phone2 be termed as " local call" ?

If this is all over the same company IP Network then to me
this ONNET.

2) analog phone1----Voicegateway------Sw-------Router---------CM-------Sw------ipphone1
Can the call between analogphone1 and ipphone1 be termed as local call?

If this is all over the same company IP Network then to me
this ONNET.

3) ipphone1---------SW-----CM-----Sw----Ip phone2
Can the call between iphone1 and ipphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

ONNET

4) analog phone1-----Voice gateway-----Analog phone2
Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?

ONNET

5) analogphone1-----voicegateway-----sw------vocegateway---analogphone2
Can the call between analogphone1 and analogphone2 be termed as " local call" ?>

ONNET

6) IP phone1-----sw------CM------router----Internet--------router----CM------ipphone2
Can the call between ip phone1 and ipphone2 be considered as " onnet call"?  ( both ip phones belong to same company)

ONNET

7) (CompanyA)                                                  (companyB)

ipphone1----sw---CM--router1----------WAN--------router2-----CM------sw----Iphone2
Can the call in above set up between ipphone1( company A) and iphone2 ( companyB) be considered as " Onnet or offnet ?

OFFNET

================================================================

Here are some guidelines from the old Cisco ART config guide

–On Net—outgoing calls from one Cisco CallManager cluster to another Cisco CallManager cluster.

–Internal—calls that originated in the Cisco CallManager network and ended in the same Cisco CallManager network (no gateways are used).

–Local—local calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

–Long Distance—long distance calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

–International—international calls originating in the Cisco CallManager network going out through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

As I said earlier it is all very open to your own opinion


Regards,
Alex.
Please rate useful posts.

Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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Cisco call types, local, onnet, offnet

thanks Alex

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Cisco call types, local, onnet, offnet

These call types are just used with CDR logging though right?

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