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Routing ITSP calls through CUBE question

NE Team
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I had a config a few years ago where I was only getting one way audio when binding SIP to one interface and the other interface facing the ITSP. I was troubleshooting with TAC and they said it wouldn't work. I don't recall why they said it wouldn't work. I was looking to use the CUBE for both voice and a private WAN ITSP connection. Is this possible?

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Gregory Brunn
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Ayodeji did a post about SIP binds a while ago that I thought was great.  

You might want to review it here.

https://community.cisco.com/t5/collaboration-voice-and-video/cube-sip-media-and-signalling-binding-to-an-interface/ba-p/3107153

 

 

If you want to use a CUBE router/vcube to connect to an ITSP, then yes this is what cube is for.

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Gregory Brunn
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Ayodeji did a post about SIP binds a while ago that I thought was great.  

You might want to review it here.

https://community.cisco.com/t5/collaboration-voice-and-video/cube-sip-media-and-signalling-binding-to-an-interface/ba-p/3107153

 

 

If you want to use a CUBE router/vcube to connect to an ITSP, then yes this is what cube is for.

Thanks Gregory! This is very helpful. @Ayodeji Okanlawon knows his stuff. Binding to the dial peers looks to be much more flexible. I feel like I just gained 10XP.

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