Collaboration User Group Briefing on Configuring SIP Trunks for PSTN Access

Discussion created by dbrittin on Jul 16, 2010

If you're planning to implement SIP trunking in your Cisco Unified Communications environment, this briefing is for you!


In this interactive technical deep-dive on configuring SIP  trunks for PSTN access, Technical Marketing Engineer Christina Hattingh and Sr. Product Manager Darryl Sladden will cover:


- What to look for when selecting a SIP trunk service
- Command line interface (CLI) commands used to configure PRI to SIP migration
- General router configuration and dial peers for basic SIP trunk connectivity to a service provider


There will also be a Q&A period for you to ask questions about your SIP trunking implementation.


Date: Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Time: 9:00am - 10:30am PDT / 16:00 - 17:30 UTC


This briefing is part of the Cisco Collaboration User Group (CUG)  briefing program, therefore, CUG membership is required to register and attend.  Membership is free, open to all Cisco customers, and multiple people from a company may join.


Learn more about the CUG briefing program and other members-only programs and tools.


Learn More and Join the Cisco Collaboration User Group


You may also be interested in the book SIP Trunking, which was co-authored by Christina Hattingh, Darryl Sladden, and ATM Zakaria Swapan.


Denise Brittin

Cisco Collaboration User Group Manager