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H.323 Trunk Group Services
The 'h323TrunkGroup' object binds an H.323 trunk to an H.323 Trunk group and assigns a name and properties to this binding.
The administrative state of the H.323 service is by default disabled, inactive, and configurable. When enabled, the H.323 service is active. Temporarily remove and restore this service by toggling its operational state between “inService” and “outOfService”. Since removing service in this manner may disrupt existing calls, a confirmation prompt displays to verify your intent.
For deployment scenarios, refer to H.323 Deployment Scenarios.
SIP-H.323 Interworking Function for Video
SIP-H.323 Interworking Function (IWF) is a logical entity allowing interworking between SIP and H.323 protocols. IWF can be implemented as part of a VoIP network server such as an H.323 Gatekeeper, a SIP Proxy, or an external SIP-H.323 signaling gateway. The
An IWF includes the following functionality:
- Mapping of the call setup and tear down sequences
- Registering H.323 and SIP endpoints with SIP registrars and H.323 gatekeepers
- Resolving H.323 and SIP addresses
- Maintaining the H.323 and SIP state machines
- Negotiating terminal capabilities
- Opening and closing media channels
- Mapping media-coding algorithms for H.323 and SIP networks
- Reserving and releasing call-related resources
- Processing of mid-call signaling messages
- Handling of services and features
H.323 Overlap Dialing Support
To configure H.323 overlap dialing service, see Zone - H323 Trunk Group - CLI or H323 Trunk - Services - Advanced - Overlap Dialing.
H.323 Signaling Agent
The SBC The
H.323-SIP and SIP-H323 Calls
When using H.323-SIP and SIP-H.323 call flows, an additional Re-invite/Update may get generated towards the SIP side. To suppress this, enable the IP Signaling Profile (IPSP) flag
Minimize Relaying Of Media Changes From Other Call Leg at SIP side.
For CLI IPSP flag details, refer to Flags - CLI.
For EMA IPSP flag details, refer to Common Ip Attributes - Flags.