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shahulhameed
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Add multiple CUCM in a VG(202,204&310)

Dear Friends,

I want to migrate near about 122 VGs(VG202, VG204 & VG310) from my new office to existing call manger. I dont have any issue of migrates. I have 1 publisher and 4 subscriber. I am not able to add all 5 CCMs to the VGs.

What is the command to add multiple CCM IPs?

Please advice.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Shahul

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Hi,

 

the config looks nearly good.

 

You just defined the nodes with the commands

sccp ccm 10.10.20.11 identifier 1 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.10.20.10 identifier 2 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.11.20.10 identifier 3 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.12.20.10 identifier 4 version 7.0

 

But you also have to assign it to the SCCP group. You only added one.

Should look like:

 

sccp ccm group 1
 bind interface BVI1
 associate ccm 1 priority 1
 associate ccm 2 priority 2
 associate ccm 3 priority 3
 associate ccm 4 priority 4

 

=> The number here refers to the identifier in the command sccp ccm <IP> identifier <id> version 7.0

Assign priority to the ccm's, which fits best to your setup

 

For the command ccm-manager config server <IP>, to specify multiple IP's, you have to do it like this:

ccm-manager config server <IP> <IP> ... 

IP's are separated with a space

I don't know, how many IP's you can assign there. But 2 or 3 should be enough, because these IP's only represent the TFTP-servers, from where the VG gets it's config, if you make any changes in the CUCM.

And since it's only in case of config changes (normally in the daily operation happening rarely), the VG doesn't always contact these IP's.

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Hello Winter

 

Thanks lot. Really appreciate your kind support.

 

Its working now.

 

Regards,

Shahul

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b.winter
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About which protocol are you talking about? MGCP, SCCP, SIP?

 

A little more info would be helpful to anybody in the forum. Nobody knows about your setup (except you) or can read your mind.

I am using SCCP.

 

You are correct.

Ok.

How have you added the first node?

I guess, you used the command sccp ccm <CUCM> identifier 1 version 7.0

 

If yes, how would you add another node now?

 

(Sorry, if I'm not just telling you the answer, but my opinion is, that you should a least try to think about it on your own. Because, then you learn something and not just copy/paste the answer. - Here to help, to help yourself)

Hi Winter

 

Great. I am able to

 

sccp local BVI1
sccp ccm 10.10.20.11 identifier 1 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.10.20.10 identifier 2 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.11.20.10 identifier 3 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.12.20.10 identifier 4 version 7.0
sccp
!
sccp ccm group 1
bind interface BVI1
associate ccm 1 priority 1
!
ccm-manager config server 10.12.20.10
ccm-manager sccp local BVI1
ccm-manager sccp

 

SCCP BVI 1 has take all 4 IPs but  ccm-manager config server has taken the last IP only. is this enough or is there any other way to add all IPs?

 

Hi,

 

the config looks nearly good.

 

You just defined the nodes with the commands

sccp ccm 10.10.20.11 identifier 1 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.10.20.10 identifier 2 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.11.20.10 identifier 3 version 7.0
sccp ccm 10.12.20.10 identifier 4 version 7.0

 

But you also have to assign it to the SCCP group. You only added one.

Should look like:

 

sccp ccm group 1
 bind interface BVI1
 associate ccm 1 priority 1
 associate ccm 2 priority 2
 associate ccm 3 priority 3
 associate ccm 4 priority 4

 

=> The number here refers to the identifier in the command sccp ccm <IP> identifier <id> version 7.0

Assign priority to the ccm's, which fits best to your setup

 

For the command ccm-manager config server <IP>, to specify multiple IP's, you have to do it like this:

ccm-manager config server <IP> <IP> ... 

IP's are separated with a space

I don't know, how many IP's you can assign there. But 2 or 3 should be enough, because these IP's only represent the TFTP-servers, from where the VG gets it's config, if you make any changes in the CUCM.

And since it's only in case of config changes (normally in the daily operation happening rarely), the VG doesn't always contact these IP's.

Hello Winter

 

Thanks lot. Really appreciate your kind support.

 

Its working now.

 

Regards,

Shahul

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