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Cisco Unified Border Element to Third-Party IP PBX

These application notes detail configurations to use when connecting the Cisco Unified Border Element to various non-Cisco devices using SIP or H.323 protocol.

CUBE ISR Release 9.0

CUBE ISR Release 8.8


CUBE ISR Release 8.7


CUBE ISR Release 8.6


CUBE ISR Release 1.4


CUBE ISR Release 1.2


CUBE ISR Release 1.0



Cisco Unified Border Element to SIP Service Provider

SIP trunks for public switched telephone network (PSTN) access are an important new access method for business collaboration. Service providers throughout the world offer SIP trunking as an alternative to traditional TDM (T1/E1) connections. The following application notes provide specific information for configuring SIP trunking to service providers. These notes can also be used as generic guides to configure SIP trunks to any service provider as the configuration steps are often the same.

AT&T

CUBE ISR Release 9.5.1


CUBE ISR Release 9.0


CUBE ISR Release 8.8


CUBE-SP Release 3.3


CUBE ASR Release 1.4


CUBE ISR Release 8.6


CUBE ISR Release 8.5


CUBE ISR Release 1.4


CUBE ISR Release 1.2


Bell Canada

CUBE ISR Release 1.3


Cbeyond

CUBE 10.0.1



CenturyLink

CUBE ISR Release 8.6


COX

CUBE ISR Release 10.0.1


Intelepeer

CUBE ISR Release 10.0

CUBE ISR Release 8.6

Jaguar Network

CUBE 8.5


Level 3

CUBE ISR Release 1.3



Metaswitch

CUBE ISR Release 8.7



MTS Allstream

CUBE ISR Release 8.6



CUBE ISR Release 1.2



Orange Business Services

CUBE ISR Release 9.0

CUBE ISR Release 1.4



Qwest



Sprint

CUBE ISR Release 8.8


CUBE ISR Release 1.2


Telenor IPT

CUBE ISR Release 1.3


TelNet Worldwide

CUBE ISR Release 8.6


Telus

CUBE ISR Release 8.5


Time Warner Telecom

CUBE ISR Release 9.0



Verizon

CUBE ISR Release 8.5



XO Communications

CUBE ISR Release 8.5

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