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Configuring Tone Download to MGCP Gateways
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Configuring Tone Download to MGCP Gateways

Configuring Tone Download to MGCP Gateways

The Customizable Tone Download to Cisco IOS MGCP Gateways from Cisco Unified Communications Manager feature enables the Cisco IOS gateway to download region-specific tones and the associated frequencies, amplitudes, and cadences in its XML configuration files.

Cisco IOS gateways support static tone tables that are predefined for each country in Cisco IOS tone tables. Voice ports use the static tone tables associated with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager network locale unless the custom tone download feature is enabled

Feature History for Customizable Tone Download to Cisco IOS MGCP Gateways from Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Release

Modification

12.2(15)ZJ

This feature was introduced.

12.3(4)T

This feature was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.3(4)T.

Feature History for Globalized Cadence and Tone for Cisco IOS Gateways

Release

Modification

12.2(11)T

This feature was introduced.

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Information About Tone Download to MGCP Gateways

Tone Download Process for MGCP Gateways

When configuring MGCP gateways in a Cisco IP-telephony network, you can use a centralized TFTP server in your network to automatically download an XML file with the gateway-specific configuration.

The XML configuration file includes the network locale for each voice port on the gateway. The network locale configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager defines the tones and cadences that are used by a device in a specific geographic area. A network locale is associated with each voice port in the MGCP gateway.

When the XML file is downloaded to the gateway, it is parsed, converted to Cisco IOS commands, and the active configuration is updated. If the gateway is restarted or reset, it triggers a download of the XML file from the TFTP server. If the specified TFTP server is not available, the gateway keeps trying to download the updated XML file and does not alter the current configuration.

For information on downloading XML configuration files to your MGCP gateway, see the "Enabling Single-Point Configuration for MGCP Gateways" section on page 45 .

Static Tones

The Globalized Cadence and Tone for Cisco IOS Gateways feature enables Cisco IOS gateways to support Cisco Unified Communications Manager localization using static tone tables that are predefined for each country in Cisco IOS tone tables. The static tone table that is used for a voice port is determined by the network locale that is specified for the voice port in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. When an MGCP gateway registers to Cisco Unified Communications Manager, or if the gateway restarts or resets, the network locale for each voice port is downloaded in the gateway’s XML configuration file.

The static tones and cadences associated with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager network locale are used by a voice port unless a custom tone table is downloaded. No configuration is required on the MGCP gateway to use the static tones.

The table below shows the list of valid two-letter country codes and the corresponding countries.

Table 1  Country Codes

Code

Country

Code

Country

AR

Argentina

KE

Kenya

AT

Austria

KR

Korea Republic

AU

Australia

LB

Lebanon

BE

Belgium

LU

Luxemborg

BR

Brazil

MX

Mexico

CA

Canada

MY

Malaysia

CH

Switzerland

NG

Nigeria

CN

China

NL

Netherlands

CO

Colombia

NO

Norway

CY

Cyprus

NP

Nepal

CZ

Czech Republic

NZ

New Zealand

DE

Germany

PA

Panama

DK

Denmark

PE

Peru

EG

Egypt

PH

Philippines

ES

Spain

PK

Pakistan

FI

Finland

PL

Poland

FR

France

PT

Portugal

GB

United Kingdom

RU

Russian Federation

GH

Ghana

SA

Saudi Arabia

GR

Greece

SE

Sweden

HK

Hong Kong

SG

Singapore

HU

Hungary

SI

Slovenia

ID

Indonesia

SK

Slovakia

IE

Ireland

TH

Thailand

IL

Israel

TR

Turkey

IN

India

TW

Taiwan

IS

Iceland

US

United States

IT

Italy

VE

Venezuela

JO

Jordan

ZA

South Africa

JP

Japan

ZW

Zimbabwe

Custom Tones

The Customizable Tone Download to Cisco IOS MGCP Gateways from Cisco Unified Communications Manager feature enables an MGCP gateway to download locale-specific tones and their associated frequency, amplitude, and cadence information from the XML-based configuration file.

The XML tone file includes all supported tones for one country with the frequency, amplitude, and cadence information. The XML tone file is parsed and saved into a custom tone table on the MGCP gateway. Each gateway supports up to two custom tone tables. The default values for North America are overwritten with the new values specified in the XML file. Dual tones and sequential tones, and up to 4 frequencies for standard or custom tones are supported.

When Cisco Unified Communications Manager requests a specific tone, the gateway references the custom tone table associated with the network locale of the voice port. After the custom tone specification is downloaded to the gateway, it can be used even if the gateway loses connectivity to Cisco Unified Communications Manager and reverts to H.323 control in fallback mode.

If custom tone download is not configured, the voice port uses the static tone table associated with the network locale of the voice port. If custom tone download is configured but fails, the voice port continues to use the static tone table for the network locale.

The figure below shows the download of the XML file from the TFTP server to the MGCP gateway.

Figure 1. Download of XML File from TFTP Server

How to Configure Tone Download to MGCP Gateways

Configuring Customizable Tone Download to Cisco IOS MGCP Gateways

Perform this task to download custom tones to the Cisco IOS gateway.

Before You Begin
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager 3.3(2) (formerly known as Cisco CallManager 3.3(2)) or higher.
  • Cisco UnifiedCommunications Manager 4.0 (formerly known as Cisco CallManager 4.0) or higher
  • DSP 3.6.16 or later for analog interfaces; DSP 4.0 or later for digital interfaces.
  • For languages other than English and countries other than the United States, locale files that provide regional tones and cadences must be installed in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. The locale installer adds the files to the correct directories and updates the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database.
See the http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​univercd/​cc/​td/​doc/​product/​voice/​locinst/​loc_​ins.htm Using the Cisco IP Telephony Locale Installer document for information.
  • The following cards are supported:
    • AIM-ATM-VOICE
    • AIM-VOICE
    • NM-HDA
    • NM-HDV
    • VIC-2FXO
    • VIC-2FXS

Note


Up to two custom tone tables are supported on a gateway; that is, no more than two custom tone tables can be downloaded to one gateway even if there are more that two countries or regions configured for the gateway.


SUMMARY STEPS

    1.    enable

    2.    configure terminal

    3.    ccm-manager config {server ip-address | name}

    4.    ccm-manager config

    5.    ccm-manager download-tones

    6.    exit


DETAILED STEPS
     Command or ActionPurpose
    Step 1 enable


    Example:
    Router> enable
     

    Enables privileged EXEC mode.

    • Enter your password when prompted.
     
    Step 2 configure terminal


    Example:
    Router# configure terminal
     

    Enters global configuration mode.

     
    Step 3 ccm-manager config {server ip-address | name}


    Example:
    Router(config)# ccm-manager config server 10.10.10.0
     

    Specifies the TFTP server that contains the XML configuration file to download.

    Note   

    Up to three servers can be configured.

     
    Step 4 ccm-manager config


    Example:
    Router(config)# ccm-manager config
     

    Enables single-point download and configuration.

     
    Step 5 ccm-manager download-tones


    Example:
    Router(config)# ccm-manager download-tones
     

    Enables the custom tone download to the gateway.

     
    Step 6 exit


    Example:
    Router(config)# exit
     

    Exits the session.

     

    Verifying Customizable Tone Download

    Perform this task to verify that the customizable tone download and voice ports are configured correctly.

    SUMMARY STEPS

      1.    show voice port port/slot

      2.    show ccm-manager download-tones

      3.    debug ccm-manager config-download all

      4.    debug ccm-manager config-download tone


    DETAILED STEPS
      Step 1   show voice port port/slot

      Use the show voice port command to verify that the custom tones are assigned. The following sample shows that voice port 1/0/1 has C1 assigned, which corresponds to France:



      Example:
      Router# show voice port
      !
      recEive and transMit Slot is 1, Sub-unit is 0, Port is 1
       Type of VoicePort is E&M
       Operation State is DORMANT
       Administrative State is UP
       No Interface Down Failure
       Description is not set
       Noise Regeneration is enabled
       Non Linear Processing is enabled
       Non Linear Mute is disabled
       Non Linear Threshold is -21 dB
       Music On Hold Threshold is Set to -38 dBm
       In Gain is Set to 0 dB
       Out Attenuation is Set to 0 dB
       Echo Cancellation is enabled
       Echo Cancellation NLP mute is disabled
       Echo Cancellation NLP threshold is -21 dB
       Echo Cancel Coverage is set to 8 ms
       Playout-delay Mode is set to default
       Playout-delay Nominal is set to 60 ms
       Playout-delay Maximum is set to 200 ms
       Playout-delay Minimum mode is set to default, value 40 ms 
       Playout-delay Fax is set to 300 ms
      .
      .
      .
      Rx Seize ABCD bits = 1111 Default pattern
       Rx Idle ABCD bits = 0000 Default pattern
       Tx Seize ABCD bits = 1111 Default pattern
       Tx Idle ABCD bits = 0000 Default pattern
       Ignored Rx ABCD bits = BCD
       Region Tone is set for C1
      !
      ! Custom Tone 1 is assigned to this voice port.
      Note   

      Voice ports are automatically configured during the initial download of the XML file from the TFTP server.

      Step 2   show ccm-manager download-tones

      Use the show ccm-manager download-tones command to verify that the custom tones have been downloaded. The following sample output shows that Custom Tone 1 is assigned to France and that Custom Tone 2 is assigned to Spain:



      Example:
      Router# show ccm-manager download-tones
       MGCP Download Tones: Enabled
        Custom Tone 1: France
        Custom Tone 2: Spain
      

      The following sample output shows the downloaded tone information including the number of frequencies and cadences:



      Example:
      Router# show ccm-manager download-tones C1
      !
      Custom Tone 1 : United Kingdom
      Pulse dial: normal, Percent make: 35%, DTMF low Amp. = 65438, high Amp. = 65463 Pcm: u-Law
      FXS FXO E&M FXS FXO E&M
      Dual Tone DR NF FOF FOS AOF AOF AOF AOS AOS AOS ONTF OFTF ONTS OFTS ONTT OFTT ONT4 OFT4
      (optional) FOF2 FOS2 FOF3 FOS3 FOF4 FOS4 FOT FO4 AOT AO4 RCT1 RCT2 RCT3 RCT4
      BUSY          0 1 400 0 -200 -200 -240 0 0 0 375 375 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      RING_BACK   0 2 400 450 -190 -190 -190 -190 -190 -190 400 200 400 2000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      CONGESTION  0 1 400 0 -200 -200 -200 0 0 0 400 350 225 525 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      NUMBER_UNOBTAINABLE 0 1 400 0 -150 -150 -150 0 0 0 400 350 225 525 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      DIAL_TONE  0 2 350 440 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      DIAL_TONE2 0 2 350 440 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 
      OUT_OF_SERVICE 0 1 950 0 -150 -150 -185 0 0 0 330 330 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      ADDR_ACK 0 1 600 0 -240 -240 -240 0 0 0 125 125 125 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      DISCONNECT 0 1 600 0 -150 -150 -150 0 0 0 330 330 330 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      OFF_HOOK_NOTICE 0 2 1400 2040 -240 -240 -240 -240 -240 -240 100 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      OFF_HOOK_ALERT 0 2 1400 2040 -150 -150 -185 -150 -150 -185 100 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      WAITING 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      CONFIRM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      CNFWRN_J 0 1 950 0 -170 -170 -190 0 0 0 100 100 100 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      CNFWRN_D 0 1 600 0 -170 -170 -190 0 0 0 100 100 100 65535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
      STUTT_DIALTONE 0 2 350 440 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 -150 100 100 100 100 100 100 65535 0 0 
      Sequence Tone DR NF F1C1 F2C1 AOF AOS C1ONT C1OFT C2ONT C2OFT C3ONT C3OFT C4ONT C4OFT F1C2 F2C2 F1C3 F2C3 F1C4 F2C4
      INTERCEPT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      TONE_ON_HOLD 0 1 500 500 0 0 100 150 100 150 100 150 0 10000 500 0 500 0 0 0
      NO_CIRCUIT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      !
      Legend:
      DR : direction NF : number of frequency
      FO<F,S,T,4> : frequency of<1st,2nd,3rd,4th> AO<F,S,T,4> : amplitude of<1st,2nd,3rd,4th>
      FOF<1-4> : frequency of 1st, cadence<1-4> FOS<1-4> : frequency of 2nd, cadence<1-4>
      ONT<F,S,T,4> : on time<1st,2nd,3rd,4th> OFT<F,S,T,4> : off time<1st,2nd,3rd,4th>
      RCT<1-4> : repeat count for cadence<l-4> F(1-4>C<1-4> : frequency<1-4> of cadence<1-4>
      C<1-4>ONT : cadence<1-4> on time C<1-4>OFT : cadence<1-4> off time
      
      Step 3   debug ccm-manager config-download all

      The following sample output shows the download of the country-specific gateway tone files:



      Example:
      Router# debug ccm-manager config-download all
      !
      00:53:17: cmapp_xml_tftp_download_file line 170:
      File (tftp://10.10.10.55/met2.cnf.xml) read 7490 bytes
      :
      00:53:17: cmapp_xml_get_info_from_name: name = AALN/S1/SU0/0@met2
      00:53:17: cmapp_process_tag_networkLocale
      00:53:17: cmapp_process_tag_networkLocale: NetworkLocale = Hong Kong
      :
      00:53:17: cmapp_xml_get_info_from_name: name = AALN/S1/SU0/1@met2
      00:53:17: cmapp_process_tag_networkLocale
      00:53:17: cmapp_process_tag_networkLocale: NetworkLocale = United Kingdom
      
      Step 4   debug ccm-manager config-download tone

      Use the debug ccm-manager config-download tone command to troubleshoot the download procedure. The following sample output shows the locale name as United Kingdom and lists all of the dual-tone parameters for that region:



      Example:
      Router# debug ccm-manager config-download tone
      00:09:07:
      cmapp_prefix_process_tag_tones:
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_trkLocaleName: region = United Kingdom
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_pulse_ratio: pulse ratio = 40
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_dtmf_llevel: low frequency level = 65438
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_dtmf_hlevel: high frequency level = 65463
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_special_oper: operation = uLaw
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_lpig: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: ignore LPIG for fxs
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: ignore LPIG for fxo
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: ignore LPIG for digital
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_lpog: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: ignore LPOG for fxsBoth ports are in service
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: ignore LPOG for fxo
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: ignore LPOG for digital
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_tonetable_info: 
      00:09:07: 
      cmapp_prefix_process_tag_dualtone: TID=[0:CPTONE_BUSY]
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_nf: number of frequencies = 1
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_dr: direction = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof: frequency 1 = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos: frequency 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fot: frequency 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fo4: frequency 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aof_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 1st = -200
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 1st = -200
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 1st = -240
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aos_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aot_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_ao4_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontf: frequency 1 on time = 375
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftf: frequency 1 off time = 375
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_onts: frequency 2 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ofts: frequency 2 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontt: frequency 3 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftt: frequency 3 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ont4: frequency 4 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oft4: frequency 4 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof2: frequency 1 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos2: frequency 2 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof3: frequency 1 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos3: frequency 2 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof4: frequency 1 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos4: frequency 2 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct1: cadence 1 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct2: cadence 2 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct3: cadence 3 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct4: cadence 4 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: 
      cmapp_prefix_process_tag_dualtone: TID=[1:CPTONE_RING_BACK]
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_nf: number of frequencies = 2
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_dr: direction = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof: frequency 1 = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos: frequency 2 = 450
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fot: frequency 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fo4: frequency 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aof_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 1st = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 1st = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 1st = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aos_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 2nd = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 2nd = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 2nd = -190
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aot_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_ao4_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontf: frequency 1 on time = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftf: frequency 1 off time = 200
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_onts: frequency 2 on time = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ofts: frequency 2 off time = 2000
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontt: frequency 3 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftt: frequency 3 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ont4: frequency 4 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oft4: frequency 4 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof2: frequency 1 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos2: frequency 2 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof3: frequency 1 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos3: frequency 2 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof4: frequency 1 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos4: frequency 2 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct1: cadence 1 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct2: cadence 2 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct3: cadence 3 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct4: cadence 4 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: 
      cmapp_prefix_process_tag_dualtone: TID=[2:CPTONE_CONGESTION]
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_nf: number of frequencies = 1
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_dr: direction = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof: frequency 1 = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos: frequency 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fot: frequency 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fo4: frequency 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aof_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 1st = -200
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 1st = -200
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 1st = -200
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aos_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 2nd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_aot_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 3rd = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_ao4_level: 
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxs: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fxo: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_digital: amplitude of 4th = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontf: frequency 1 on time = 400
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftf: frequency 1 off time = 350
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_onts: frequency 2 on time = 225
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ofts: frequency 2 off time = 525
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ontt: frequency 3 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oftt: frequency 3 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_ont4: frequency 4 on time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_oft4: frequency 4 off time = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof2: frequency 1 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos2: frequency 2 cadence 2 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof3: frequency 1 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos3: frequency 2 cadence 3 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fof4: frequency 1 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_fos4: frequency 2 cadence 4 = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct1: cadence 1 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct2: cadence 2 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct3: cadence 3 repeat count = 0
      00:09:07: cmapp_process_tag_rct4: cadence 4 repeat count = 0
      

      The following sample output shows the network locales in the XML file:



      Example:
      Router# debug ccm-manager config-download tone
      !
      00:54:08: cmapp_xml_tftp_download_file line 170
      File (tftp://10.10.10.55/Hong_Kong/gateway-tones.xml) read 20993 bytes
      00:54:08: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_tones
      00:54:08: cmapp_process_tag_trkLocaleName: region = Hong Kong
      !
      00:54:08: cmapp_xml_tftp_download_file line 170
      File (tftp://10.10.10.55/United_Kingdom/gateway-tones.xml) read 20993 bytes
      00:54:08: cmapp_prefix_process_tag_tones
      00:54:08: cmapp_process_tag_trkLocaleName: region = United_Kingdom
      Note   

      For a description of the significant fields displayed in these output examples, see the Cisco IOS Voice Command Reference and Cisco IOS Debug Command Reference , Release 12.3T.


      Troubleshooting Tips for Customizable Tone Download

      If the custom tone file is not downloaded at least once, the North America tones are used. When a download fails, the static tones associated with the network locale of the voice port are used. For example, if a voice port is defined with a static tone for Hong Kong, and the download fails, the static tone for Hong Kong is used.

      The administrator, after correcting the problem (a glitch in the network, a TFTP server that is down, or missing XML tone files), must reset the gateway from Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Resetting the gateway triggers a download of the XML configuration file.

      If tone download is successful, the downloaded tone file overwrites the default custom tone table, and the voice port refers to the downloaded custom tones.

      Configuration Examples for Tone Download to MGCP Gateways

      Customizable Tone Download Voice-Port Configuration Example

      The following sample output shows that voice port 1/0/0 has been configured to use C1:

      Router# show voice port 1/0/0
      !
      Foreign Exchange Station 1/0/0 Slot is 1, Sub-unit is 0, Port is 0
       Type of VoicePort is FXS
       Operation State is DORMANT
       Administrative State is UP
       Companding Type is u-law
       Region Tone is set for C1
      

      Customizable Tone Download Using Single-Point Configuration Example

      The following example shows single-point configuration enabled for an MGCP gateway:

      Router# show running-config
      !
      version 12.3
      no parser cache
      no service single-slot-reload-enable
      service timestamps debug datetime msec
      service timestamps log datetime msec
      no service password-encryption
      !
      hostname Router
      !
      logging rate-limit console 10 except errors
      !
      memory-size iomem 10
      voice-card 1
      !
      ip subnet-zero
      !
      ip domain-name anything.com
      !
      no ip dhcp-client network-discovery
      mgcp
      mgcp call-agent 10.10.1.10 2427 service-type mgcp version 0.1
      mgcp dtmf-relay voip codec all mode out-of-band
      mgcp rtp unreachable timeout 1000
      mgcp modem passthrough voip mode cisco
      mgcp package-capability rtp-package
      mgcp package-capability sst-package
      isdn switch-type primary-ni
      call rsvp-sync
      !
      ! The following output shows that the TFTP server has an IP address of 10.10.10.50 and that the download has been enabled.
      !
      ccm-manager config server 10.10.10.50
      ccm-manager config
      ccm-manager download-tones
      !

      Where to Go Next

      • To configure conferencing, transcoding, and MTP support on a Cisco IOS gateway, see "Configuring Enhanced Conferencing and Transcoding for Voice Gateway Routers" on page 67 .
      • To enable MGCP PRI backhaul support, see "Configuring MGCP PRI Backhaul and T1 CAS Support for Cisco Unified Communications Manager" on page 113 .
      • To enable MGCP BRI backhaul support, see "Configuring MGCP-Controlled Backhaul of BRI Signaling in Conjunction with Cisco Unified Communications Manager" on page 129 .

      Additional References

      • "Overview of Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco IOS Interoperability" on page 13 --Describes basics of underlying technology and lists related documents.
      • "Enabling Single-Point Configuration for MGCP Gateways" section on page 45 in Configuring MGCP Gateway Support for Cisco Unified Communications Manager --Describes how to configure MGCP gateways by downloading XML configuration files.
      • Using the Cisco IP Telephony Locale Installer --Describes how to install the Cisco IP Telephony Locale Installer for Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
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