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Pre-deployment Checklist and Tasks
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Section 2: Deploy Cisco Unified Border Element
(CUBE)
Easy Access Configuration Sheet
The following tables provide you with a place to capture all the information you may need during the
configuration of CUBE-related services. Each table comprises the information items needed, references
the example values used in this CVD, and provides a column into which you may enter your own particular
site specific values in an easy-reference format.
Table 15. CUBE Network configuration
Item
HQ CUBE - LAN Interface
HQ CUBE - WAN Interface
SP SBC IP address (public)
Branch CUBE - LAN interface
Branch CUBE- WAN interface
SP SBC IP Address (public)
HQ Pub CUCM IP address
Install and Configure CUBE
Enabling and configuring CUBE application on the HQ IOS router
1.
Creating Route patterns on CUCM to route IP PSTN calls to the HQ CUBE
2.
Creating SIP trunk between CUCM and HQ CUBE
3.
Enabling the CUBE application on the branch IOS router
4.
Procedure 1
Enabling and configuring CUBE application on the HQ IOS router
Step 1.
Telnet/ssh into the IOS router.
Step 2.
Enter into the global configuration mode and run the below commands to enable CUBE
application:
Deploy MRA and B2B Collaboration
CVD Configuration
10.106.170.5
10.126.69.45
10.106.170.145
10.106.170.113
10.126.69.46
10.126.69.35
10.106.170.135
Deployment Details
Deploy CUBE
Site-Specific details
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