When try to add MGCP gateways in CISCODEV Configuration for a new prognosis on boarding client the MGCP gateways doesn't listed in the configuration page. We try to add gateway as shown below. Except MGCP gateways all other gateways working fine.
ADD DEVICE(bhg-drdsf-vg01.bhg.local, ip=10.116.13.2, type=router)
ADD DEVICE(bhg-v005-vg01.bhg.local, ip=10.105.12.2, type=router)
ADD DEVICE(BHGDALLVGW01, ip=10.50.8.241, type=sipgateway)
ADD DEVICE(BHGDALLVGW02, ip=10.50.8.242, type=sipgateway)
ADD DEVICE(BHG-Springfield-VGW1, ip=10.116.1.2, type=h323gateway)
ADD DEVICE(BHG-Memphis-Midtown-VGW1, ip=10.108.1.2, type=h323gateway)
Can anyone please explain with detials procedure how to add MGCP gateways in prognosis.
Thanks for your response.
Yes, we are able to see MGCP gateways under the the CUCM menu -> Gateways. Below is the screen shot for reference.
Kindly let me know with detial steps how to configure this gateways in the PSTN gateway configuration to show this gateways as MGCP gateways.
Your Prognosis should show MGCP gateways under CUCM menu -> Gateways. So your Prognosis is working as designed.
The PSTN Gateway section used for standalone gateways (not under CUCM control) and SIP gateways. It is explained at online help Home > Prognosis for Unified Communications > Network Devices > Introduction
Cisco® PSTN (standalone) Gateways
That is, those Gateways that are not used in conjunction with Cisco Unified Communications Manager or where Gateways are added as SIP trunks
In the future releases we will show SIP gateways under the CUCM menu -> Gateways as well.
I hope this clarifies.
Hope your doing.
Here the MGCP Gateways are showing down status(red color). We have verified in CUCM the gateways are showing up and registred to call manager as configured.
could you help us how can we bring this gateways to bring up status in prognosis(to make green color).
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