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SBC Compatibility with Cisco MGCP Gateway for Call Processing

min ko
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Dear Experts,
I am reaching out to seek your expertise on a significant transition we are planning within our telecommunications infrastructure.

Currently, we are utilizing a CUCM on-premise solution with PSTN Cisco MGCP routers. The existing architecture involves an ITSP Provider connecting to our Cisco T1/MGCP Gateway, which, in turn, interfaces with CUCM using the MGCP protocol.

Due to evolving business needs, we are in the process of migrating to a Cloud MS PBX solution, necessitating a change in our overall system design. While CUCM, UCCX, and IMP will be phased out, we intend to retain the MGCP protocol at our Cisco VG Gateway. This decision is based on the unavailability of SIP trunking services from our local ITSP.

The proposed system design involves introducing a new third-party SBC between the on premise ITSP (T1 analog Provider) and new Microsoft PABX at Azure Cloud.

Current Connection:
ITSP Provider > Cisco T1/MGCP Gateway > CUCM (MGCP)

Proposed System Design:
ITSP Provider <> Cisco (MGCP/SIP) <> New Third-Party SBC

To facilitate this transition, we plan to purchase a CUBE license to do sip  to sip trunking on the router for internal call legs. External ITSP call legs will be maintained using T1/RJ11 ports configured for MGCP.

Our primary concern is ensuring compatibility between the Cisco MGCP Gateway and the new SBC. Specifically, we seek your insights into whether the SBC can effectively understand the MGCP protocol employed by the Cisco VG Gateway after SIP trunking is established between them like CUCM server. Our objective is to ensure seamless call processing working or not for both incoming and outgoing phone calls.

Any guidance, recommendations, or considerations you can provide regarding this migration would be immensely valuable. We appreciate your time and expertise in advance.

Thank you and best regards,

Min

 

 

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As me, @Maren Mahoney and @Nithin Eluvathingal already answered you MGCP will not work without CM, so no you’re suggested design will not work. Regardless of what type of connection you have with your PSTN service provider you’ll need to reconfigure your gateway to use another control protocol than MGCP. The recommendation for this would be to use SIP as that makes the setup following current best practices. Again using SIP from your gateway to the calling platform has nothing whatsoever to do with what connection type you have with your PSTN service provider.



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The MGCP Protocol requires a Call Agent such as CUCM. It is unlikely that your SBC can act as a call agent, but the SBC organization will know.

A better solution might be fully terminating the ISDN circuit on your gateway (rather than using MGCP) and then using a SIP Trunk from your gateway to the SBC. No MGCP, no CUCM, no Call Agent required. And there are any number of docs you can search for that will give you insight on how to configure the ISDN side, the SIP side, and the integration between the two on your gateway.

Maren

Dear Maren,

Thanks for your quick response.

So , do you mean our new Proposed System Design will not working call processing (inbound, outbound call) well. correct?

Current Connection:
ITSP Provider > Cisco T1/MGCP Gateway > CUCM (MGCP)

Proposed System Design:
ITSP Provider <> Cisco (MGCP/SIP) <> New Third-Party SBC <> Cloud PBX

In our country, Sip trunking and ISDN circuit services are not currently available. 

May I know that how to implementing a full termination setup on our Cisco gateway without using MGCP. what protocol do we need in cisco router?

We would greatly appreciate it if you could provide us with more detailed information on the steps and configurations required for this setup.

In the context of establishing a SIP-to-SIP (internal call leg) connection between our Cisco VG gateway and a new SBC for the ingress call leg, we would like to confirm whether it is necessary to enable the CUBE (Cisco Unified Border Element) function on the Cisco router.?

Additionally, Do we need to purchase a specific CUBE license from Cisco to enable this functionality? If I am mistaken or your correction and guidance on the matter would be immensely helpful.

Our customer has carefully evaluated their requirements and options and has chosen a new SBC solution that aligns with their business needs. @Nithin Eluvathingal 

Your expertise in this area is highly valued, and I appreciate your time and assistance in clarifying these technical aspects.

Best regards,

Min

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With MS Teams calling you would have this topology.

Service Provider (TDM or SIP trunk) -> Cisco router, acting as a SBC, ie a SIP trunk from your service provider, or a traditional voice gateway, ie an ISDN or other TDM voice service from your service provider -> MS Teams



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So you have a channelized T1 emulating 24 analog ports, rather than a PRI. I misread your original post.

Like a PRI, you can terminate the Channelized-T1 on the gateway and use SIP to connect to the SBC. You can configure the T1 controller with a 'ds0-group' which will create voice port you can reference in dial-peers on the ITSP side. You'd have another set of dial-peers configured as SIP voip dial-peers on the SBC side.

You would not need a CUBE license on the Analog-T1 to SIP gateway. A CUBE license is needed when interconnecting two VoIP connections. (For example: If you had a SIP Trunk from your ITSP to the GW and then another SIP Trunk from the GW to your SBC, to get the most functionality you'd need a CUBE license.)

It's been many years since I have configured something like this and the router platforms have changed quite a bit. What specific router/gateway do you have and what IOS is it running? Which kind of VWIC or NIM is anchoring your T1?

Maren

Dear Maren,

Thanks much for your reply.

We have not Centralized T1 (ISDN) with 24 analog ports We have 16 x FXO/FXS (PSTN) ports land line. one RJ 11 port with one DID. number. you may check as following config. I look forward your reply. And do let me know new propose design will working or not , ASAP. thanks much again.

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end

Best rgds,

Min

As me, @Maren Mahoney and @Nithin Eluvathingal already answered you MGCP will not work without CM, so no you’re suggested design will not work. Regardless of what type of connection you have with your PSTN service provider you’ll need to reconfigure your gateway to use another control protocol than MGCP. The recommendation for this would be to use SIP as that makes the setup following current best practices. Again using SIP from your gateway to the calling platform has nothing whatsoever to do with what connection type you have with your PSTN service provider.



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Dear Roger,

Thanks a lot for your kind help, your answer is very helpful to us. Thank you  all experts.

Sincerely,

Min

Dear Roger,

let's assume as the new scenario where we transition from MGCP to SIP and establish a SIP trunk connection between the Cisco Cube and the new SBC,

*PSTN analog provider (RJ-11) pots > cisco cube (sip) > new SBC (sip)

As I understand, the operational processes of IP PBX and SBC differ significantly.

I am seeking guidance on how the new SBC will see the PSTN physical voice POTS (analog) inside the Cisco router, similar to the way CUCM IP PBX server handles it.

I would greatly appreciate your insights and guidance on this matter.

Thank you for your time and expertise.

I can’t tell you how this operates in the other SBC, but on the Cisco SBC (Cube) side it is handled by dial peers. In one of the documents I shared earlier you can find how that operates.



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As @Maren Mahoney explained, MGCP is a Call Agent/Endpoint protocol, where the Endpoint is controlled by  CUCM. The CUCM has the entire control intelligence and instructs the Endpoint what action to take once an event is detected.

Removing the service MGCP from the controller will make the gateway control the PRI. And using a SIP dial-peer, you can send calls to the SIP trunk you establish between the gateway and MS Phone System.

If you are using ISR 4K or above, you don’t need to add a separate SBC, as Cisco ISR 4K can be used for direct routing. Here is the link."

: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/collaboration/microsoft-teams-direct-routing.html



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I concur with @Maren Mahoney. It is highly unlikely that the SBC would support MGCP. Apart from that there seems like there might be a slight possibility that you have a misunderstanding on how the different call processing protocols operates. You can use SIP as the control protocol between your gateway and CM even if you don’t have a SIP trunk to your service provider. Using SIP as the control protocol between gateways and CM regardless of the interface with the service provider is pretty much the de-facto standard these days.



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soniyadixit
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Beginner

Okay, think of it like this: if you have a special phone system (SBC) and a particular type of gateway (Cisco MGCP), you want to make sure they talk nicely to each other. It's like checking if your English-speaking friend understands your Spanish. You're just making sure they can work together smoothly to handle phone calls.

Hi Soniya,

Thanks for acknowledging.
Now, I'm figuring out how to established SIP trunking from Cisco (CUBE) router to a non-Cisco SBC since we don't have CUCM anymore.

As I know ,sip trunking can do in CUCM.And CUBE can do SIP-UA registration, but I'm not sure if it's the same as SIP trunking in Cisco CUBE like CUCM.

If not, could you please provide docs or guide on how to establish SIP trunking from our Cisco SIP (CUBE) router to a non-Cisco SBC?

Your expertise on this matter would be highly valuable, and I look forward to your guidance.

Looking forward to your response.

best rgds,

Min

It’s not anything special to setup a trunk between a Cisco Cube and another SBC. Have a look at the document for a general idea of how to do this. Cisco Unified Border Element Configuration Guide Through Cisco IOS XE 17.5 

Also please have a look at this document for how call routing works in IOS. Explain Cisco IOS and IOS XE Call Routing

If you need to use SIP profile(s) to get the connection operational this document should provide you with a starting point for that. Use SIP Profiles on CUBE Enterprise Common Use Cases 



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