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If you’re already familiar with the Telephony Service configuration mode used by CUCME to register SCCP IP phones, think of the Voice Register Global configuration mode as being the SIP equivalent to the Telephony Service configuration mode in the SCCP world.BR2#conf t BR2(config)#voice register global BR2(config-register-global)#mode cme BR2(config-register-global)#source-address .3BR2(config-register-global)#bandwidth video tias-modifier 512000 negotiate end-to-end BR2(config-register-global)#max-dn 20BR2(config-register-global)#max-pool 10BR2(config-register-global)#ntp .1BR2(config-register-global)#timezone 44BR2(config-register-global)#load 9971 sip9971.9-2-2SR1-9.loads BR2(config-register-global)#tftp-path flash: BR2(config-register-global)#time-format 24BR2(config-register-global)#camera BR2(config-register-global)#video BR2(config-register-global)#create profile BR2(config-register-global)#end BR2# While most of the commands in the above configuration should be straightforward, please note the load command.

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BR2#conf term Enter configuration commands, one per line. BR2(config)#voice register dn 1BR2(config-register-dn)#number 4001BR2(config-register-dn)#name BR2 Phone 1 Finally, here’s the connective tissue that brings it all together.The sip command enters Vo IP Voice Service SIP configuration mode, and from there I bind all SIP communication (both signaling and media) to the router’s Loopback 0 interface.The registrar server command is super important and allows a SIP IP phone to register with the router, which is now acting as a SIP registrar server.Along the way, I’m coming across some tricky or challenging topics that can bog down your study for days.This blog posting covers one such topic, and I’ll sprinkle in other Collaboration CCIE topics among my other blog postings over the next few months.Notice that we’re specifying that the Cisco 9971 IP Phone should reference the sip9971.9-2-2SR1-9.loads file in flash, and the filename includes the .loads extension.

Now that we have our CUCME router globally configured to support SIP-speaking IP phones, it’s time to specify one ore more directory numbers for our phone(s).

Specifically, there’s a new IP phone to contend with on the CCIE Collaboration lab that wasn’t there on the CCIE Voice lab.

It’s the Cisco 9971 IP Phone, and it only speaks SIP as its signaling protocol.

We’re creating a Voice Register Pool (analogous to an ephone in the SCCP world).

We’re specifying the MAC address of the 9971, and the number 1 dn 1 command associates the first button on this phone with voice register dn 1.

Even though the 7965 can speak SIP, perhaps there’s a lab requirement for the 7965 to use SCCP.