This document presents the information you need to provision your Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch. The document contains tables and worksheets for you to use for your system.
The audience for this document is network operators and administrators. This audience is assumed to have experience in telecommunications networks, protocols, and equipment, and a familiarity with data communications networks, protocols, and equipment.
This document contains information that is related to Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch software installation and configuration. For additional information on those subjects, see the documents at this URL:
Overviews of the related telephony solutions—Describe the Cisco telephony solutions with which the Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch node is associated.
guides for the related telephony solutions—Describe the steps for the Cisco telephony solutions with which the Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch node is associated.
Solution gateway installation and configuration guides—Describe the steps for installing and configuring the media gateway for a particular Cisco telephony solution.
Cisco IP Transfer Point - LinkExtender—Describes the Cisco IP Transfer Point - LinkExtender (Cisco IPT-L, formerly known as the Cisco Signaling Link Terminal or Cisco SLT) and provides configuration information.
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Document Change History
December 16, 2010
Removed property inhibitoutgoingcallingnamedisplay in Table 1-16.
Updated the values and description of the DCHAN parameter SUBUNIT in the “Planning for D-Channels” section on page 2-36 and “D Channel” section on page A-13.
In Appendix A, “Components, Processes, and Properties ” deleted the property GWDefaultCodecString and added the new properties DummyAudioCodecString, DummyVideoCodecString, GWDefaultAudioCodecString, and GWDefaultVideoCodecString.
Added or updated several properties in Appendix A “Components, Processes, and Properties.” These include IsdnNSF, UnsolicitedNotifyMethod, InhibitPassOn, CallHoldInterworkingEnabled, RedirNumForAnalysis, UseGtdCalledPartyNumber, MidCallCodecSelect, and H248GatewayReserveValue.